Lawler Consulting have 40 years’ experience working within the Retail Sector. This extensive experience within this unique sector has meant that our dedicated Retail Team have developed an in-depth understanding of the requirements and challenges of this sector.
We believe there is no substitute for experience. Our practice has grown over the past 40 years to become one of the leading Building Services Consultancies in Ireland and rapidly growing in the UK in all construction sectors including Education, Commercial, Industrial, Residential, Healthcare, Retail, Leisure and Public Buildings.
With people spending so much time in the office it’s important that people are happy in their working environment. Lawler Consulting strive to increase employee productivity for you and your business through the works we carry out on your building.
Lawler Consulting have been involved in educational sectors at primary, secondary and tertiary level for many years. We contributed to the winning team on several major multi-site projects through our innovative competition submissions at bid stage.
At Lawler Consulting, our healthcare experience is considerable and varied, ranging from Public and Private Hospitals, Private Clinics, Nursing Homes, Specialised Residential Units and in recent years within Primary Care Centres.
Lawler Consulting have experience across a wide range of residential projects from low rise housing estates to high rise apartments in Ireland, the UK and internationally.
Lawler Consulting have been working within the hotel sector for almost four decades. We understand that hotel trends are changing and therefore we must keep up if we are to help our client beat the competition and meet customer expectations.
Lawler Consulting have a diverse client portfolio across the food and beverage, engineering, pharmaceutical and medical devices sectors. We also have experience in the design of hospitals and medical clinics and their associated specialist HVAC and medical gas systems.
The upgrading of an old building can be difficult in terms of striking the right balance between original and modern.