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The Irish Construction Industry Awards 2019 Winners

The Irish Construction Industry Awards 2019 Winners
June 21
14:50 2019

The winners of the Irish Construction Industry Awards 2019 have been revealed. Launched in 2014, the Irish Construction Industry Awards is a long-standing platform for recognising and rewarding companies and their teams who strive for excellence within the construction industry in Ireland.

Among the trophy recipients was Eamon Booth (pictured), Managing Director of John Paul Construction, who was honoured with the Construction Industry Leader 2019 Award for his contribution to the construction industry.

Eamon Booth joined John Paul Construction in 1978 after studying engineering at Bolton Street. He operated at Site Engineer, Project Manager and Contracts Manager levels, across a wide range of projects and sectors before being appointed to the Board in 1998.

As part of the senior team who negotiated the management buyout of the company in 2002, he has been involved in the strategic direction of the group for the past 21 years. Eamon Booth was appointed Managing Director in 2006 and has guided the business in diversifying internationally over recent years and developing growing operations in the UK, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain.

The other Irish Construction Industry Awards 2019 winners are listed below.

Construction Project of the Year

13-18 City Quay, Dublin – Submitted by Bennett (Construction)

Contractor of the Year

Collen Construction

Architecture Practice of the Year

O’Neill O’Malley Architecture

Project Management Firm of the Year

KSN Project Management

Engineering Firm of the Year

Ethos Engineering

Consultancy of the Year

IN2 Engineering Design Partnership

Civil Contractor of the Year

Roadbridge

Designer of the Year

Gavin Murphy, Ethos Engineering

Project Manager of the Year

John Gavigan, P.J. Hegarty & Sons

Commercial Project of the Year – Large

13-18 City Quay, Dublin – Submitted by Bennett (Construction)

Commercial Project of the Year – Small

Waterways House – Submitted by John Sisk & Son

International Project of the Year

Great Scotland Yard Hotel, London – Submitted by The Deluxe Group

Education Project of the Year

Goethe Institut, Merrion Square – Submitted by Stewart Construction

Retail Project of the Year

Project Warehouse & Showrooms N3 – Submitted by De Siún architects

Tourism & Hospitality Project of the Year

Cé Ráth Maoláin – Submitted by McCabe Architects

Sub-Contractor of the Year – Large

King & Moffatt Building Services

Sub-Contractor of the Year – Small

Titan Roofing

Health Project of the Year

St Marys Primary Care Centre – Submitted by Avanti Architects

Conservation Project of the Year

Goethe Institut, Merrion Square – Submitted by Stewart Construction

Residential Project of the Year – Large

Capital Dock

Residential Project of the Year – Small

House in Carrickmines

Construction Product of the Year

nZEB Compliant Low-H2O Radiators – Versatile Group

BIM Initiative of the Year

John Sisk & Son

Innovation in Construction

Glavloc Building Technology

Excellence in Health & Safety

CField Construction

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