VHA assembling major plans for Galway

27th September, 2015
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Paul Hannon of Vincent Hannon Architects

You know that times are positive in Galway when you see cranes on the horizon and architects opening offices. Or, in the case of Vincent Hannon Architects (VHA), architects re-opening offices.

Founded in Sligo over 30 years ago, VHA had an office in Galway but had to close in 2008, due to the downturn in the construction sector. However, it continued to maintain a presence in the city, completing both commercial and residential projects.

“Due to the...

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