Moloney O'Beirne   Architects

Gerard Egan


B Arch, MRIAI, MBA, Conservation Grade 3


Gerry Egan joined Moloney O’Beirne in 1990. During his time with Moloney O’Beirne Gerry and has developed his expertise across a wide range of sectors including Health, Education and Commercial.  He combines a deep understanding of the integration of services and structure in complex building types with a commitment to reducing energy consumption and creating a sustainable environment.

Gerry has won numerous architectural awards including RIAI Commendation and Plan Expo Award for the School of Nursing in Dublin City University.  Gerry is an RIAI Accredited Conservation Architect Grade III.

Key projects:

- School of Nursing, Dublin City University
- Sports Surgery Clinic, Santry
- BioScience & Electronic Engineering Building, NUI Maynooth
- Scoil Bríd Primary School, Portlaoise 
- Psychiatric Facilities, Stillorgan Hospital for St. John of God Brothers
- Care of the Elderly Facility, St. Mary’s, Mullingar for HSE
- Day Activation Facility, Peamount Hospital
- St. Vincent’s Centre for Daughters of Charity
- Adolescent Psychiatric Facility, St. Patrick’s Hospital