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Safe-T recertification

Kilcawley Construction recently achieved Safe-T recertification which remains valid until 2025. Kilcawley Construction first received Safe-T certification in 2009 and we have proudly maintained our ‘A grade’ since 2012 through annual verification audits. This re-certification is yet another example of the success of the implementation of our impressive health and safety management system- a success …

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Kilnadeema GAA club.

Kilcawley Construction are delighted to be engaged as the contractor to construct the new changing rooms for Kilnadeema GAA club. Works are progressing well and a new fund-raising campaign has now started. The WIN A CAR draw proceeds are going directly towards the new changing room facilities – https://fb.watch/c5qZ4zkkMi/

Roosky 38kv ESB Station

Roosky 38kv ESB Station Kilcawley Construction recently completed station upgrade works to the Roosky 38kv ESB Station in Co Leitrim. Works consisted of new station security fencing, new plinths, new earth grid and compound stone and control building upgrades  

ESB Galway 110kV GIS Substation – Handed Over

We’re delighted to have recently handover this new substation building to our valued Client ESB on their existing substation site in Ballybane, Galway City. The development consisted of the construction of a new twelve bay 110kV Gas Insulated Switchgear (GIS) building located entirely within the southern portion of the existing Galway 110kV Substation. The 700m2 steel framed GIS building will soon become a vital part of Galway’s electrical backbone infrastructure. …

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Autumn View Carrick on Shannon – Handover

Kilcawley Construction are delighted to recently handover 27 new units to Leitrim County Council. These A rated houses are completed to a very high standard with modern finishes. The development included a mix of detached, semi-detached, bungalow and two storey homes with all associated site works. Client: Leitrim County Council Architects: Vincent Hannon Architects Civil …

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