New Ross Bypass (N25) Flynn Furney Environmental Consultants Ltd were chosen to be the ecologists on this large project (15km) that included a new bridge crossing of the River Barrow. Performing the role from pre-construction surveys to the defects period, our company played an important role in delivering this scheme. As the route is located […]

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Donegal N56 The Donegal N56 Letterilly to Kilraine Road Upgrade Scheme was an ambitious improvement project of a road outside the town of Glenties in West County Donegal. The road itself runs northwest from the town and this project (being developed by Wills Bros Ltd. and the Donegal County Council, covering approximately 5 km) is

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Macroom Bypass Flynn Furney Environmental Consultants Ltd performed the duties of site ecologists for the advanced fencing and clearance works in Macroom, County Cork. The route passes through a mosaic of sensitive habitats include mountainous terrain, farmland and flood plains. Pre-construction surveys were a key part of the role with badger, amphibian, invasive plant and

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The M3 Motorway In 2006, contractors were appointed for what was then, and remains, Ireland’s longest motorway construction project. This route runs the length of Co. Meath and links Dublin to Co. Cavan. Flynn Furney Environmental Consultants were appointed to create the Ecological Design for this huge road scheme. This began with detailed surveys of

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