At ByrneLooby we have extensive experience in infrastructure projects, with expertise covering highway, rail, metro, waterways, renewable energy, utilities, tunnelling and micro-tunnelling projects. Whether acting in an advisory role or completing detailed designs, ByrneLooby provides value-engineered, buildable infrastructure solutions delivered to the highest technical standards. We believe in working collaboratively with our clients to develop the best solutions for effective project delivery, whether working directly for the project client or providing support to contractors for Design & Build projects.
Our experienced team of engineers and project managers can assist with all design
and planning aspects for road and rail schemes, bridges and tunnels, and other linear asset projects. We develop temporary and permanent works solutions and provide advice on construction methodologies. Our railway design team is experienced in providing geotechnical and structural solutions for both new and aged assets.
ByrneLooby provides a full range of design services to clients in the wind energy industry. For more than 10 years, we have been involved in many wind power projects ranging from single turbines to over 100MW wind farms. We deliver safe, dependable and cost-effective results for our clients and other delivery partners. Our in-house team can progress projects from site identification, environmental assessment and permitting, through engineering, design, project delivery and commissioning.
Byrne Looby is a leader in planning, design and delivery in the utility sector. We are dedicated to establishing long-term relationships with both public and private sector clients by providing technical expertise, project control, measurable results and real value. We have expertise in tunnelling, electricity, natural gas, water, sewage, telephone, and broadband utility services. This expertise, coupled with our extensive civil engineering design capability, allows us to provide buried utility solutions for some of the largest civil engineering schemes.