Hybrid Power System at St Laurence’s Construction Site, Stillorgan

31 May , 2024  

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council and Clancy Construction are working together to pilot a hybrid power system to reduce carbon generated during the construction phase of St Laurence’s Park apartments and library development.  This initiative is a first for a construction site in Ireland and will lead to a reduction of approximately 70% of carbon across […]



Clancy – always Built on Partnership

9 Jan , 2024  

The early part of 2023 saw Clancy delivering an award-nominated conservation project in the form of the Trinity College Rubrics Building. Lorcan Hickey was its Project Manager and filled Building Ireland in on its details, the current projects the company has on-going and what separates Clancy from the competition. The busy times carry on at […]


Clancy – built on partnership

29 Aug , 2023  

One of Ireland’s leading building companies, Clancy is delighted to be a finalist in the 2023 Irish Construction Excellence Awards for its successful delivery of a 12-bed isolation rooms extension to the Intensive Critical Care Unit (ICCU) at Tallaght University Hospital. No stranger to winning prestigious accolades, Clancy’s have been shortlisted in the ‘Healthcare Project’ […]


Built on Partnership

14 Oct , 2020  

Headquartered just outside of Thurles, Co Tipperary, leading construction firm Clancy have a reputation for delivering excellent projects all throughout the country. Building Ireland learned more from Project Manager, Cliff Murphy about the company which will mark 73 years in business in 2020. First set-up by Mr John Clancy in 1947, Clancy is an indigenous […]


Flying the Presidential flag for Building Contractors

26 Aug , 2015  

Clancy’s managing director John O’Shaughnessy was elected president of the Master Builders’ and Contractors’ Association (MBCA) earlier this year. Here, he talks about goings-on at the Tipperary-headquartered company and the issues pertaining to the industry at present. It has been an eventful couple of years for Thurles man John who, following on from his appointment […]