PKA's Ballinasloe infill development was first commissioned by the Society of St. Vincent de Paul in 2010 to provide high quality sheltered housing for the elderly of the Galway...
Paul Keogh Architects' Banagher infill housing development is the first phase of a planned extension to the County Offaly town, for which PKA prepared a masterplan in 2015.
Commissioned by Limerick City and County Council on foot of a 2016 competitive interview, PKA's Wallers Well development was handed-over and occupied - on time and on budget - in October 2020.
Commissioned in 2006, PKA's recently-commenced 61-unit, €18,000,000 Cornamona Court development is Dublin City Council's largest current public housing project, sceduled to be completed in spring 2021.
Following a 2010 competitive tender, PKA was appointed by Leighlinbridge Housing Association to design this sheltered housing development for the County Carlow heritage village.
PKA's Clonmacken housing development, commissioned by Limerick City and County Council, forms part of the council's plan to expand the city with a combination of public and private housing on lands between the River Shannon and the N18 motorway.
Following a 2003 invited competition, PKA were appointed as Dublin City Council's architects to develop a masterplan for the area between Talbot Street and Sean McDermott Street, a key element of the NEIC Integrated Area Plan.
Commissioned by the St. Vincent de Paul Society, PKA's Gorey, Co. Wexford development consists of two elements: the renovation, extension, and conversion of a former Christian Brothers' monastery into a hostel for the elderly, and the construction of 21 social housing units in the grounds to the rear.
Comprising 17 public housing units on a brownfield site at the south-west of Limerick's city centre, the brief for PKA's Gough Place project included challenging requirements to incorporate a new link road, relocate an existing sports pitch and respond to the complex topography of the site.
Following the success of our Gorey project, PKA was again commissioned by the St. Vincent de Paul Society, in association with Fingal County Council, to design this sheltered housing and communal building development at Estuary Road, Malahide.