Last month, Roughan & O'Donovan (ROD) signed contracts with Fingal County Council for several new transportation projects in Donabate and Lusk, north County Dublin.

The contract signing took place in Newbridge House, a Georgian villa designed for the Rev Charles Cobbe, Archbishop of Dublin, in the 1740s, and purchased by the council in 1985. It was witnessed by Minister for Housing Darragh O’Brien and Mayor of Fingal, Councillor Adrian Henchy.

Commenting at the contract signing with AnnMarie Farrelly, Chief Executive of Fingal County Council, ROD Chairman Harry Meighan, said: 

“ROD has provided planning and design services in Fingal for more than 30 years, since our design of overbridges on the Blanchardstown Bypass in the early 1990’s. We are delighted to have been appointed to the Framework for Engineering Consultancy Services for Donabate Transport Projects, and we look forward to working with the Planning and Strategic Infrastructure team in Fingal County Council to enhance active travel provision and improve road safety on the Donabate-Portrane Peninsula”.

The initial four projects under the Framework require feasibility / option selection services for:

  • The Donabate Distributor Road Phase 2
  • Blake’s Cross junction upgrade
  • Active travel projects within Donabate village, and
  • Traffic studies of the Lissenhall Interchange




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