Adaptation and Re-Use - Highly Commended
Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland
Museum of Literature Ireland
Education Infrastructure Award
Construction Employers Federation
Queen's University Belfast - School of Biological Sciences
Engineering Project of the Year
Engineers Ireland Excellence Awards
Pairc Ui Chaoimh Redevelopment
“ Our Library extension opened in 2013 and has had a transformative impact on the lives of staff and students. The project achieved all of the challenging goals included in the brief and exceeded user expectations. It caters seamlessly for a broad spectrum of learning, research and cultural needs. The project has attracted attention from library professionals all over Ireland and indeed the world with guests from Russia, the USA, Australia and all across Europe coming to view this innovative yet practical project. ”
Cathal McCauley - Maynooth University
“ Many congratulations on winning the two prizes for the recent building work at Tyndall as announced today by the Cork Marketing Partnership. The prizes are a tribute to your professionalism, dedication and teamwork, and thoroughly deserved. ”
Professor Roger W. Whatmore, CEO, Tyndall National Institute
“ I wish to convey our congratulations and thanks to you on the role you played in the successful delivery of the new Mater Emergency Department which opened to the public on Sunday last. The feedback on the new facility has been overwhelmingly positive. The staff have expressed their happiness at being in a nice environment that is conducive to working well and giving a good service to the patients. Patients can be seen in a medically fit environment, and one patient commented 'it's like a hotel' ! The calm atmosphere is such a change to the one that existed previously. ”
Laura Magahy - MCHD Ltd
The origins of Scott Tallon Walker date back to 1928 when Michael Scott founded the original architectural practice with Norman D Good. During this period the firm developed a sterling reputation for its excellent design approach to healthcare, major projects at the time included Tullamore Hospital and St. Ultan’s Hospital. The Pavilion Building (1939) was also designed by the firm during this period for the World's Fair in New York.
Since 1928, people from all corners of the world, have found a creative home at 19 & 20 Merrion Square, Dublin and in our London, Galway and Cork offices. Working and designing, side by side, in the pursuit of architectural excellence, has forged many lifelong friendships. We acknowledge each and every one of the diverse alumni who contributed to our body of work.
In order to maintain this position, it is vital that policies and systems to support those policies are in place that allows staff to achieve the high standards expected of modern and sustainable building design.