Duggan Brothers (Contractors) Ltd is one of Ireland’s leading general building contractors.
We have successfully completed circa 1, 000 projects (and counting) in both the public and private sectors. These projects range in value from €1m to €40m across commercial, pharmaceutical, educational, healthcare, residential and industrial sectors.
In addition to the standard procurement approach, we are a multi – disciplinary business and also operate on a design and build and PPP basis.
We are committed to the lasting future of the built environment. Our Vision is to be the industry partner of choice, and our aim is to leave a positive legacy for the communities in which we work and live. Construction excellence is at the heart of everything we do.
We have a proven record of success and are a reputable leader in the construction industry. We ensure that all projects are completed with the highest level of professionalism using quality materials at all times.
We are recognized for outstanding customer service and client satisfaction which is sustained by the commitment of our people and our collective values which provide our stakeholders with confidence and trust.
Health & Safety is a fundamental and core management responsibility at all levels within Duggan Brothers. Our Safety Management System is certified to Safe-T-Cert Standard with an “A” RATING. We ensure that our operations are performed and managed to the highest standard possible at all times. Our experienced Health and Safety Management team monitor Health & Safety performance throughout all stages of the build. We benchmark our performance against the best in the industry and strive for continuous improvement.
This Project in the grounds of UCD Carysfort Campus, Blackrock involved the Alterations and internal reordering to two protected structures (2,300m2) for new teaching spaces and ancillary areas.
President of Ireland Michael D Higgins was joined by President of DCU Students Union Vito…
At the recent Irish Construction Industry Awards Duggan Brothers were recipient of the Conservation Project…