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Knockevin school is an educational school situated in the Downpatrick area that caters for pupils under the age of 19 with severe and profound learning difficulties.
In November 2012 £14 million of funding was secured from DCAL to redevelop the grounds. Construction work started immediately and was completed in 2014 with the official opening taking place on May 2nd 2014.
Kerry Group’s Global Innovation and Technical Centre was opened in early 2015. This state-of-the-art 26,200 square meter facility that brought 900 jobs to the country and the construction seen 400 immediate jobs.
The General Post Office or GPO on O’Connell Street in Dublin is one of the most famous buildings in Ireland.
We are proud to have provided a number of insulation products to this Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland award-winning building.
DCU's Nano-Bioanalytical Research Facility, featuring a range of Kingspan insulation products, will add greatly to the university's facilities.
Daisy Lodge is a custom-built short break centre built for the Northern Ireland Cancer Fund for Children. The £3 million project is the first of its kind in Europe.
When the new Convention Centre Dublin opened in the Docklands in 2010, the building did not only transform the Dublin skyline, it transformed the roadmap for building convention centres around the world.
Kingspan Insulation works behind the scenes at Convention Centre Dublin
The Queens University Belfast Centre for Experimental Medicine is an interdisciplinary research centre housed in The Wellcome-Wolfson Institute for Experimental Medicine.
Many of our technologies were employed in the build of the Aviva Stadium, including Kooltherm K7 Pitched Roof Board.
When Augher Castle roof needed upgrading, we worked closely with Chris Allen Architects and provided a best-in-class insulation solution.
We worked closely with architect Tate Stevenson to provide the right insulation to meet the demands of this new facility.
Patrick Bradley, an architect from Derry, Northern Ireland, created a bespoke home for himself out of a rather unusual building material!