Fitzsimons Doyle & Associates have completed over 3000 projects since the firm was founded in 1979 ranging from very small renovation/refurbishment works, to projects in excess of €80m construction cost.
We have worked as Consulting Structural Engineers as part of a traditional design team, as project leaders/managers and within large institutions as part of their in-house design/building offices.
Our belief in building strong working relationships with our clients has resulted in many repeat commissions in both Public Institutions and Private companies for over thirty years, where Fitzsimons Doyle & Associates have been working closely with in house technical departments and design teams.
Establishing good communications and developing a complete understanding of the client’s needs have achieved these lasting relationships.
In 2016 we formed a partnership with Jennings O Donovan & Partners Ltd so as to enhance skillsets and provide services to a greater geographical service area.
This has the benefit of providing a greater level of resources at all stages of a project.
Jennings O’Donovan & Partners Ltd is one of the longest established and most reputable multi-diciplinary engineering consultancies in Ireland.
Established in Sligo in 1950, it has grown to become the largest Engineering Consulatancy in the North West of Ireland.
The Consulting Engineering services provided by Jennings O’Donovan cover most aspects of Cleantech, Environmental and Civil Engineering.
The comapny has particular expertise in the preparation of Environmental Reports, Environmental Engineering, Environmental Impact Assessments, Appropiate Assessments, Environmental Monitoring, Substation Design, Geotechnical Engineering, Structural Engineering, Water Supply, Wastewater, Drainage, Aquaculture, Renewable Energy amd Roads.
Civil & Structural Consultancy
We provide a full range of Civil Engineering & Strctural Engineering Services on projects of all sizes.
The Firm provides Project Management Services. We believe the principles behind the successful delivery of on-time within budget projects are as follows:
- Provide expert advice from day one
- Set clear objectives and define scope
- Tight control of budgets
- Performance measurement through key performance indication
- On-time project completion.
Whether it is an extension or alteration to an existing building (including protected structures) or a new build project, we can prepare a detailed Fire Safety Certificate application for your project.
Project Supervisor in the Design Process
As PSDP, Fitzsimons Doyle and Associates consider their role carefully, paying great attention to detail in all aspects of Health and Safety on a project.
When it comes to compiling a Health and Safety File, staff at FDA recognise the value of diligent record keeping and document control and the necessity for communication, cooperation and coordination between the designers on a project, the contractors and most importantly the client.
In our role as Assigned Certifier, we are responsible for collating all information such as technical submittals from contractors and sub-contractors, ancillary certificates of satisfactory completion from designers and specialist sub-contractors and uploading the to the Building Control Management System. We closely monitor each stage of the design and development of a project to ensure its compliance with the Irish Building Control Regulations.
Temporary Works design
Comprehensive Temporary Works Design service on Civil and Structural projects of all sizes – we have experience working with main contractors, sub-contractors and specialists in this regard.
Surveys and structural appraisals of existing buildings and development sites – commercial, industrial and residential.
Comprehensive investigation and reporting service covering road accidents, personal injury, safety about buildings, safe work practices, materials testing, construction / demolition and public transport.
Structural appraisal of buildings and structures following fire damage, flood damage, vibration damage, demolition damage etc.