Roughan & O’Donovan (ROD) is pleased to announce that Barry Corrigan, BSc, Dip EIA Mgmt, MIEMA, CEnv, and Eoin Ó Catháin, BE, MSc, PGDip Const Law, PGDip H&S, CEng MIEI, RConsEI, MCIArb, are the company’s newest shareholders and have been appointed technical directors of the company.

This leadership addition brings ROD’s total shareholder group to ten and technical directors to six.

Next generation of leaders

“Having a formal succession plan is so important to the continuity of a strong business into the future,” said ROD Managing Director, Harry Meighan. “Barry and Eoin share a desire to succeed in all aspects of the business, and we are confident that they will continue to build on the rich legacy of our founding shareholders, Derry Roughan and Joe O’Donovan, in promoting excellence and innovation in engineering."

"We look forward to seeing Barry and Eoin continue as key leaders in defining the future of the company and in delivering the highest quality of service to our clients in Ireland and the UK," he added.

Meet the new shareholders

Barry Corrigan

Barry has been with ROD since 2000.

Barry leads ROD’s environmental team and has played a pivotal role in our development as an industry leader in providing environmental planning services and solutions to our growing client base in Ireland and the UK.

His current project work includes the DART+ West project, the N4 Mullingar to Longford (Roosky) Road project, the Waterford City Public Infrastructure project and the N61 Ballymurray to Knockroghery Road project.

Eoin Ó Catháin

Eoin first joined ROD as a graduate engineer in 2004.

Eoin is responsible for managing ROD’s urban roads portfolio and is experienced in leading and collaborating with multidisciplinary design teams on large public and private infrastructure developments.

His current project work includes the ongoing upgrade of the road, pedestrian and cycle network in Dublin Port, BusConnects, the proposed Blake’s Corner Junction Improvement scheme in Ennistimon and the Clontarf to Dublin City Centre project.

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