Turning an abandoned site into Galway’s latest crowning glory
Builder JJ Rhatigan's latest project is set to radically transform Galway city centre
Being in business for almost seven decades affords JJ Rhatigan & Company a superior knowledge and expertise in Ireland’s construction landscape. During that time, the company, established in 1952, has grown a workforce of more than 500 direct employees and completed some of the country’s largest scale landmark developments ranging in value from €20m to €150m.
Two of the company’s most recent and significant projects include the new student accommodation campus...
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