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history of success

At PMB Construction Ltd we have been involved on a wide range of projects ranging from Private residences to Luas line construction.We have the ability , knowledge and expertise to handle practically any project , below is a small sample of the projects we have worked on.

PMB Construction Projects
Excavator working on pyrite

Pyrite Remedial Works

PMB Construction Ltd are specialist in the area of Pyrite repair, we have extensive experience and knowledge in this area.

We have worked on many projects that required specialists in this area . We have worked in conjunction with companies such as Mennolly Homes , High Degree Construction Ltd and Fernside Homes.

In recent years it has been discovered that a problem mineral called pyrite has been used in the floors and foundations of vast new estates in Dublin and to a lesser extent in the midlands.

Pyrite or iron pyrite was formerly known as “Fools Gold” and is an iron sulphide which expands if it is exposed to air or water and reacts with oxygen and water to form sulphuric acid.

This expansion will over time cause cracks in the walls and foundations and without remedy ultimately leave the home unsafe to live in.

Unfortunately, the remedial works require the occupants to move out of the home, usually for a period of 6 to 8 weeks. This allows for the ground floor to be excavated and removed down to a depth of approx 3 metres.

At PMB Construction we are specialists on Pyrite remedial works and strive to achieve the least amount of disruption for the homeowner/client.

When choosing a Pyrite remedial work team, be sure to contact PMB Construction Ltd as we have the knowledge, experience and ability to repair a home affected by Pyrite expansion to better than new.

Whitewater Shopping Centre

Situated in the heart of Newbridge Town, Whitewater Shopping Centre brings exciting new choice to the Kildare area and its surrounding counties of Wicklow, Carlow, Laois, Offaly, Dublin and Meath.

As the largest regional shopping centre outside Dublin, Whitewater Shopping Centre offers you more than 70 top stores in one convenient location.

PMB Construction are proud to have worked on a project of this scale and magnitude

Whitewater Shopping Centre

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UCD Belfield Bowl

Belfield Bowl

The UCD Bowl is a rugby and football stadium in the Southeast of Dublin. It is the home ground of UCD RFC in the AIB All Ireland League and UCD A.F.C. in the League of Ireland Premier Division.

With its redevelopment complete, it now has capacity for 3,000 people, including 1,500 seats. It is located to the North of the Belfield campus beside the National hockey stadium, near the Sports Centre. There is a single stand on the Southern side of the stadium with uncovered standing room at each end. 860 seats in the stand are covered.

Knightsbridge Village

Knightsbridge , a modern purpose-built village, providing 24-hour nursing care and independent living. Whether you’re a resident, a relative or a friend, everyone gets a great reception at Knightsbridge Village.

As part of Barchester Healthcare, our purpose-built facilities benefit from a high standard of décor, landscaped gardens and the most modern facilities.

Knightsbridge Village Trim
Luas Line

Luas Line

PMB Construction are proud to have worked in the construction of the Luas line. Luas (translated into english means speed) is a state of the art Light Rail transport system in Dublin that provides an attractive and unique alternative to the private car.

The LUAS began operating in April 2004. Systems similar to Luas are popular worldwide and it appears to be the obvious choice for a dynamic capital city like Dublin, connecting suburbs to the city centre with a high capacity and high frequency transport service.

Sean O'Casey Community Centre

The new Sean O’Casey Community Centre on St Mary’s Road, East Wall, Docklands was officially opened on Friday 6th February 2009 by Bertie Ahern, TD, following a complete rebuild and extension.

The €9 million investment was part-funded by the Dublin Docklands Development Authority.

Sean O'Casey Community Centre