DTW were delighted to be appointed as main contractor to oversee the renovation of the bedrooms. The Inviting warm color-scheme was designed by Nigel Howard Creative from Dublin. The rooms and bathrooms have been upgraded to a 4 star Boutique standard and the reviews have been excellent. Corridors were enhanced by superb scenery images from local photographer Giles Norman.
DTW Construction are delighted to have completed the renovation of the NOX Hotel in Galway. DTW worked Closely with MDO architects to achieve a funky modern design despite very tight budgets. The project consisted of 104 bedrooms and the public areas and was completed in just 6 months and within Budget. The Building has been fully renovated from a run down Ibis hotel and later hostel to a Funky 3 star property. The Reception is a mix of old and new worked carefully together and Read More +
DTW are delighted to be appointed as main Contractors for the exclusive development in Lacka Castleconnell. Oak Wood is a select development of Just 6 select Large detached houses, on the outskirts of the picturesque village Castleconnell. Groundworks will commence in the coming weeks. The houses can be customised to clients requirements
DTW continue to make progress on the site at 122 Terenure Road North. The 5 housing units to the back are currently being roofed. Planning has been amended in the commercial unit to the front to allow for the development of 2 additional 2 bed apartments with their own roof garden. There is substantial interest in all units with enquiries every week. The Development ‘Terenure Close’ will go on sale in the coming month or so. All units will be A rated, with spacious interiors. Read More +
DTW Construction are delighted to announce our latest Development of townhouses and Apartments in Terenure Dublin. The BER rating for the new houses will be an Impressive A3 with very low energy requirements and very cosy. This is a small development of Contempoary houses in a Quiet Cul-de-sac right in the centre of Terenure Village. Development will be complete by Mid 2016
The Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government, Phil Hogan, T.D., today (April 4, 2013) announced strict new measures for the control of building projects. The Building Control Amendment Regulations 2013 set out to prevent the future reoccurrence of poorly constructed dwellings, pyrite damage and structures breaching fire regulations left as a legacy of a poorly regulated housing boom. “This is all about restoring consumer confidence in construction as an industry,” said the Minister today. “The new Building Control Regulations are a major step Read More +
New measures aim to triple housing output by 2020 and create 60,000 new jobs in sector Wed, May 14, 2014, 15:38 The Government has announced of a package of measures aimed at stimulating activity in the building industry. Taoiseach Enda Kenny said the central aim of the strategy was to triple housing output by 2020, and at the same time create 60,000 jobs in the sector. The stimulus package provides for new building projects worth up €200 million, including a €50 million allocation for regional Read More +