Many of our buildings are landmark demonstrations of new and innovative sustainable design techniques and our energy research activities have been recognised internationally. Our expertise covers many sectors and we work closely with users, clients and the community to create special places for living, working, shopping, culture and learning.
Chris is one of our building services engineering directors in Dublin studio. In this short video he tells us about his career in BDP.
The best designs are achieved by the integration of sustainability at every stage of a project and our architects and engineers bring a combination of our local expertise and the company wide experience to every project.
Our team in Dublin comprises architects, masterplanners, building services engineers, civil & structural engineers, interior designers and sustainability experts. We have access to the combined expertise of all of BDP professionals including: landscape architects, urbanists, lighting designers and acoustics specialists to offer a truly integrated way of working — resulting in high quality, effective and inspiring built spaces.
We adhere to a very simple design approach placing the user at the heart of the design process which shapes the architectural, functional and social concept within each project.
An article by Chris Croly in the Engineers Journal on achieving nearly zero energy building standards by 2020
BDP has submitted a planning application for a new 650 pupil post primary school in Ballina, Co Mayo.
The National Gallery of Ireland reopened on 14th June after a three year period of refurbishment.
Head of Dublin studio David Brennan is a speaker at a study day presented by the Irish Georgian Society.
Plans have been submitted for a €25 million student accommodation development in the new urban quarter at Galway Docks.
Engineering director Chris Croly joins the lineup of speakers at this year’s Green Room Conference in Dublin.
BDP has submitted plans for a new 28,000 sqm mixed-use development overlooking Galway Docks.
Building services engineering director Chris Croly will present at a breakfast briefing organised by Engineers Ireland on achieving nearly zero energy building standards by 2020.