BSc(Eng), Dip Eng, Dip Proj Mgmt, MSc Const Info, CEng, MIEI, MIStructE

Present Position: Associate Director


  • Bachelor of Science Trinity College Dublin 1997
  • Diploma in Engineering DIT, Bolton Street 1997
  • Diploma in Project Management Trinity College Dublin 2006
  • Masters in Construction Informatics, DIT, Bolton Street 2013

Professional Qualifications:

  • Chartered Member of the Institution of Engineers of Ireland 2002
  • Chartered Member of the Institution of Structural Engineers (UK) 2003


Thomas is an Associate Director with the firm.  Since joining the firm in 1997, he has gained 21 years’ experience in a wide variety of Structural and Civil Engineering projects. These projects include hospitals, office developments, schools, shopping centres, waste water treatment works, flood defence systems and pumping stations.

He has been responsible for the preparation of planning, tender and construction and the day-to-day management and site monitoring of these projects and has a proven record in the delivery of large and complex projects to very high standards, with tight programme constraints and implementing budget control measures.

Through he involvement in Dundrum Town Centre Phase 1 & Phase 2 and the Dublin Central Project, he has experienced large scale test piling for deep basements and the planning, investigation and construction of deep basements in difficult ground conditions.

He is familiar with the requirements for the new Building Control Regulations, having represented the ACEI in consultations on the Building Control (Amendment) Regulations 2013 and associated Codes of Practice.

Thomas has experience in the use of the GCCC forms of contract particularly the Small Works Contract. He is experienced in the investigation of site utilities and ground investigations, tendering for their surveys and the development of interpretative reports and Advice Notes for clients.

Thomas completed a Masters in Construction Informatics (IT) in DIT Bolton Street. He currently represents the ACEI in developing the use of Building Information Modelling (BIM) in the Irish Construction Industry.

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