Hanley Pepper have been serving the industry for over 30 years and have successfully completed national and international projects. We deliver Structural Engineering with a client focused service based on quality and aesthetic solutions. Our project referrals are testament to the extra service we provide on project. Our reputation is based on a proactive approach to project delivery and problem solving on challenges faced by design team and building contractor.
At Hanley Pepper your project is our pride and we deliver the management and energised team you need to realise your project on time, on budget and beyond expectation.
Hanley Pepper is a private limited company established in 1987, by Kevin Pepper and Denis Hanley. The current Directors, Joe Ryan (Managing) and Michael Jackson together with Kevin Pepper as consultant, have guided the company through phased expansion which has realised the design and completion of projects nationally and internationally.
From start to finish, Hanley Pepper will ensure your ideas become real. Our imagination, creativity and experience will add value and lasting quality to your project.
Your investment of time and resources deserves rewards. Obtaining the best service and value for money is important. A clear interpretation of your brief, early identification/management of risks will achieve the successful completion of your project.
A receptive proactive team capable of delivering a rapid response if fundamental. Availability of skilled staff consistent from project inception to realisation, and access to latest technologies are essential. Good design team/contractor co-operation, early release of contract documentation and quality trouble shooting are all key element of a successful project.
Hanley Pepper’s commitment to your project will be realised through the personal involvement of Directors throughout the programme. Dedicated senior charted engineers will head your project with the support of supervised design engineers and senior technical staff. Our policy is to dedicate staff to your project on a start/finish basis, i.e. the same staff remain with your project throughout.
At Hanley Pepper we concentrate on quality of serves using imaginative and cutting edge methods. We achieve this through quality controlled services and documentation production. The implementation and monitoring of realistic time schedules is conducted throughout the project.
One Microsoft Place.
New corporate campus development comprising a 5 storey building over 2 levels of basement (undercroft). Building site perimeter allows for 343 no. car parking, drop off area, circulation routes and feature landscaped open spaces.
Structure comprises an insitu concrete frame with flat slab floor plates. Lift and stair cores are formed in precast concrete.
Basement levels incorporate car/bicycle parking, gym/leisure centre, power sub-station, and other building management facilities.
Roof level incorporates plant/services and green roof areas.
Total gross floor area of the proposed development is c.34,554 sq.m of office floor space over c.13,738 sq.m of basement parking and service areas.
Microsoft EPDC5 Dublin.
3 storey office facility over single storey basement car parking. This development incorporates 11,488 sqm of floor area together with 322 car parking spaces. A curved and inclined three-storey glazed wall provides the external focal point at the main entrance which leads into a 510 sqm atrium space covered entirely with roof glazing.
The Sharp Building, Dublin.
This project comprises a 6 storey over basement landmark grade A office development. the new development required the demolition of an existing 5 storey office building within a confined city centre site. Basement construction required secant pile wall due to adjacent basement structures.
St. Colmcilles School, Dublin.
This new 65 classroom school involved the demolition of two existing schools and construction of a new 3 storey combined primary and secondary school. The project also involved decanting the existing school to temporary accommodation offsite on a phased basis.
The DCU Gateway project was a design competition to reinvigorate the appearance and functionality of the university campus and to bring DCU’s vision and brand expression of Ireland’s University of Enterprise to life.
This winning design focuses on the threshold between Collins Avenue and the University with an assembly of multiple cantilever glulam masts of varying height (3-10m), on both sides of the entrance. This loose arrangement of verticals is visually distinctive, and symbolises the students, staff and graduates that constitute the University.
The project received an Irish Concrete Society Award in 2013 under the Elemental Category for the precast lettering.
Microsoft One Microsoft Place.
Virtual waterfall and lake to internal atrium.