Felix O’Hare & Co Ltd was first established in 1944 by Felix O’Hare in Newry, Co. Down, having previously been known as F G O’Hare Builders and in the years since then has grown to become one of Ireland’s longest serving and most progressive construction companies.
They have a proud heritage while their longevity and experience has enabled them to successfully deliver many iconic projects over the years including:
- St. Dominic’s Grammar School
- St. Mary’s Convent, Belfast
- QUB Great Hall
- QUB Main Site School of Law
- Dublin City University Nano Bio-Analytical Research Building
- Banbridge Community Treatment Care Centre
- Daisy Hill Hospital, Newry
Today, their roots are still very much set in Newry with a modern, purpose-built Head Office and Workshop located off Chancellors Lane to the South of the City, a strategic position which allows them to effectively deliver their services throughout the whole of Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
They directly employ a large, dynamic and diverse workforce which represents the driving force behind their success and this is underpinned by a strong financial base with extensive technical resources available, allowing them to execute multiple projects simultaneously.
The company’s philosophy is based upon sound management principles, with an emphasis on traditional craft skills.
This is demonstrated through their in-house joinery workshop, a resource which sets them apart from many competitors and which enables them to provide both traditional and state of the art bespoke specialist joinery to many construction projects, particularly conservation, repair and replication of historic timber framing and detailing.
Their commitment to customer satisfaction is achieved through open communication, exceptional quality and an ever-watchful eye on final cost. Their record of repeat business reflects this and their philosophy that “the project is never complete until the client is completely satisfied”.
Address: 88 Chancellors Road, Newry, BT35 8NG
Telephone: 028 3026 1134