O’Connor Sutton Cronin
Following an open international competition in 2002, the joint submission by O’Connor Sutton Cronin Consulting Engineers (OCSC) and Brian O ‘Halloran Architects won the design for the Sean O’Casey Bridge, a 100m span opening balanced cantilever design.
Paul Healy, Chartered Engineer, led the engineering design of the bridge and Cyril O’Neill was the lead Architect. The 2006 Institution of Structural Engineers award for pedestrian bridges was awarded to O’Connor Sutton Cronin for the design of the bridge.
OCSC is a Dublin headquartered international multi-disciplinary consulting engineering practice with a strong reputation for design creativity. The firm was founded in 1988 and has expanded regionally and internationally to service the requirements of clients. They continue to work on bridge projects and their structural designs can be seen on either side of the banks of the Liffey, in particular the new Convention centre.
Paul Healy is a Director of OCSC and has been responsible for the successful delivery of a wide range of structural projects in Ireland, the UK and the Middle East. These include hospitals, university buildings, schools, swimming pools, industrial, residential, commercial and airport buildings and bridges. Cyril O’Neill is a Director and founding member of Plus Architecture.