We have completed a large number of projects in the Commercial sphere since the company’s inception, from smaller spaces right up to flag ship commercial premises for world renowned multinationals. As cost managers, CuddyQS have provided valuable assistance in ensuring these projects have been completed on time and within budget. Please view a small sample of our commercial sector projects below and call us today if we can be of any assistance.


Block C, Airport Avenue, Shannon (Jaguar Land Rover Building)

Project: Construction of commercial Grade A office space to LEED Gold standard.

Client: Jaguar Land Rover / SCP

Value: €12.4M

Size: 5,100 m2

Stage/Date: Completed March 2019

Architect: O’Neill O’Malley


FRS Networks, Roscrea, Tipperary

Project: Grade A new office construction including refurbishment of existing office space & stores extension.

Client: FRS Networks

Value: €1.4M

Size: 933 m2

Stage/Date: Completed

Architect: Coulter Architectural


Blocks K&L, Shannon

Project: Demolition of Existing blocks & Construction of 3 Advanced Manufacturing Units to LEED GoldStandard

Client: Shannon Commercial Properties

Value: €15.3M

Size: 13,750m2

Stage/Date: Completed 2021

Architect: O’Neill O’Malley


Fitzgerald’s Woodlands House Hotel- Function Room

Project: Extension & Refurbishment of Function room in Live Environment

Client: Fitzgeralds woodlands House Hotel, Adare

Value: €1M

Size: 750m2

Stage/Date: Completed February 2019

Architect: David Leahy / Tom Carew & Partners


Eastgate Business Park -Hotel, Offices & Car Park

Project: Construction in stages of Grade A office space

Client: McDonough Capital Investments

Value: Confidential

Size: 61,000 m2

Stage/Date: Planning Stage Complete

Architect: BKD Architects


Westland Row, Dublin 2

Project: Upgrade & Refurbishment to 45/46 Westland Row (300m2) and (4000m2) extension to provide Civic space for Arts Council of Ireland in joint venture with Dooley Developments

Client: Pat Dooley

Value: €5M

Size: 5486m2

Stage/Date: Completed 2020

Architect: Healy & Partners