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Blarney Garda Station. County Cork

Contract Details

Cumnor Construction Ltd. carried out the role of Works Contractor and PSCS for this project.

The project began with the demolition of a single storey building to the rear of the existing three storey Garda building. Next, the three storey building was renovated entirely. This work involved a full refurbishment including adding partitions, ceilings and new flooring. Mechanical and electrical works were carried out throughout the building. A new three storey pitched roof extension was constructed.

The refurbished Garda station accommodated a public office, interview rooms, reception, duty sergeant’s office, consultation room, fitness suite, male/female locker room, toilets, kitchen, office accommodation and a radio room. The extension also allowed for the provision of a lift. Site works including soft and hard landscaping, upgrading of the drainage system and associated ancillary works.

Noise and Traffic management plans were prepared by Cumnor Construction Ltd and approved by An Garda Síochána.


Refurbishment, Fit-Out and Extension to Blarney Garda Station, County Cork.

Client: Office of Public Works
Year: 2013

Irish Coast Guard Station. Crosshaven, County Cork

Contract Details:

Cumnor Construction Ltd. carried out the role of Works Contractor and PSCS for this project.

The project involved the construction of a two-storey building. Construction was in blockwork with reinforced concrete, steel and timber structural elements. External materials included zinc cladding, curtain wall glazing, natural stone cladding and rendered walls.  Large roller shutter doors were added to the boathouse. Roof finishes included a zinc-clad roof, a flat roof with decking and two Sedum roofs.

Internal accommodation included a large boathouse, changing rooms and showers, training room, office and operations room. External work included the building of boundary walls in sandstone/valentia slate to match existing 19th-century lime mortar stonework. Tegula paving with decorative kerbs and concrete paving were installed also. Substantial landscaping was carried out with a large number of semi-mature trees and shrubs planted.


Construction of New Two Storey Irish Coast Guard Station, Crosshaven, County Cork.

Client: Office of Public Works
Year: 2012