Delivering for our clients in many sectors
Since its establishment in 2005 Ethos Engineering has been involved in a wide variety of projects. Our experience spans the entire spectrum of project types from commercial to residential and healthcare to pharmaceutical just to name a few. We pride ourselves on the quality and level of service we provide to all Clients and this has proven to be key in building the company to being a respected and trusted name in the industry over a relatively short period of time. This is evident through the quantity of repeat work with high profile Clients and also through the quality and quantity of projects in our portfolio.
Since our inception we have completed; 550MW of Data Centre Space, 3,000 Healthcare Beds, 30 Operating Theatres, 25 Linac Bunkers, 6,000,000 sq ft of office space, 4,000 student beds, 2,000 dwellings, 1,100 prison cells
Click on the specialist project categories below for a sample portfolio of our project experience in each particular area.
NPRO – St James Hospital, Dublin 8
As part of government strategy to develop centres of excellence for cancer treatment the National Programme for Radiation Oncology (NPRO) and department within the HSE constructed two new hospital centres, one of which is located at St. James Hospital.
Ethos Engineering were part of BAM’s Design/Build team with design responsibility for the mechanical and electrical, ICT and Lift services installations.
NPRO – Beaumont Hospital
As part of government strategy to develop centres of excellence for cancer treatment the National Plan for Radiation Oncology (NPRO) involved the construction of a new facility in Beaumont Hospital.
The new building integrates with the existing Beaumont Hospital campus and the project included the integration of utilities and site infrastructure.
Ethos Engineering worked as part of the Design/Build team, led by BAM Contractors and O’Connell Mahon Architects and had design responsibility for the mechanical, electrical, medical gas and lift services installations.
Crumlin Hospital—Paediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU)
A new Paediatric Intensive Care Unit in Our Lady’s Childrens Hospital, Crumlin was constructed to provide additional capacity in terms of beds but also replace the existing ICU with a an area capable of providing quality care to critically ill children in a much improved environment.
The new development provided 17 ICU beds, isolation rooms and associated support facilities over gross floor area of 6,000m2. The existing PICU was refurbished to provide ancillary support services and accommodation for parents.
National Rehabilitation Hospital, Co. Dublin
The National Rehabilitation Hospital provides a comprehensive range of specialist rehabilitation services to patients throughout Ireland who, as a result of an accident, illness or injury have acquired a physical or cognitive disability and who require specialist medical rehabilitation. This project included the upgrade to the existing St. Patricks and Our Lady’s wards including
an extension to accommodate additional bed space. There was also provision for a full Environmental Room Control system which allows an incapacitated patient to operate all services within the room through either hand movement or puff/blow actions.
Services included Lighting and emergency lighting, Fire alarm and Nurse Call, Staff Attack and Paging, Integrated Medical trunking, Medical Lighting, Ventilation and Air Conditioning, Water Services and an Environmental Control System.
Coombe Women & Infants University Hospital, Dublin
The project was divided into a number of phases to allow the new works and refurbishment works elements to progress in a manner acceptable to the Coombe hospital, allowing availability at all times of all necessary services to the existing hospital. The first phase of the works (Phase 1) involved the construction of a structure to house a new Section Theatre and Delivery Suite at second floor level, which includes
1 No. Emergency Obstetrics operating theatre, 2 No. High Risk Delivery rooms and 4 No. Labour Delivery rooms, complete with ancillary rooms (Stores, Ad- ministration area (midwife), circulation areas etc.) and plantroom areas.
These new areas are connected into the existing delivery suite area, with modifications to existing services to allow for the new fit out.
National Children’s Hospital – Tallaght Satellite Centre
The new Tallaght Satellite Centre is located on the grounds of the Tallaght Adelaide and Meath Hospital campus. The Satellite Centre is part of the new National Children’s Hospital (NCH) development encompassing the new hospital at St. James’ Hospital and another Satellite Centre located at Connolly Memorial Hospital in Blanchardstown.
The Tallaght Satellite Centre is a three storey building measuring approximately 4800m². It will also contain a proportion of refurbishment works on the ground floor of the existing Tallaght Hospital where the current administration areas will be transferred to the National Children’s Hospital.
National Children’s Hospital – Connolly Satellite Centre
The new Connolly Satellite Centre is located on the grounds of the James Connolly Memorial hospital in Blanchardstown. The Satellite Centre is part of the new National Children’s Hospital (NCH) development encompassing the new hospital at St. James’ Hospital, and another Satellite Centre located at the Adelaide and Meath Hospital campus in Tallaght.
The Connolly Satellite Centre is a three storey building measuring approximately 4800m².