Coli O’Donoghue

Dip Arch Tech Dip Arch B Arch Sc

Project Director / Design / Design Quality Control

Bolton Street School of Architecture

Academic Qualifications
Diploma in Architectural Technology 1972
Diploma in Architecture 1978
Bachelor of Architectural Science 1978

General Experience
Qualified as an architectural technician in 1972 before gaining BS Arch in 1978.  Worked extensively in the UK, USA and Norway before returning to Ireland 1983 and joining Gilroy McMahon which was then a three man practice.  Helped to grow and expand the practice before becoming a partner in 1987 when the practice was commissioned for Croke Park Stadium.  Designed and project managed a number of large projects including Bolton Street College, Northside Shopping Centre, Viking Museum, The Sweepstake Office Development and a number of large leisure and residential projects. Coli O’Donoghue resigned from Gilroy McMahon in 2001 before forming Duffy Mitchell O’Donoghue Architects in 2002. Has extensive experience in urban design and masterplanning, retail strategy and design, and office design.

Project Experience
Adamstown District Centre
Adamstown, Lucan
Cranmore Masterplan
Delgany Golf Club
Grand Canal Square Office Development
McKinsey Office Development
National Museum – Collins Barracks
Newlands Golf Club
Pembrooke House Office Development
Sligo Town Centre Mixed Use Development
Sligo Town Centre Redevelopment
St. Mary’s Church Redevelopment
Stillorgan Shopping Centre
Styne House Office Development
Sweepstakes Office Development
Viking Museum – Temple Bar