O'HARE MCGOVERN
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Welcome

O'Hare & McGovern is the construction division of Newry based Carnbane House Group. Founded as a small contracting firm in 1972, the Company is now part of a multi-faceted organisation with interests in general contracting, house-building, civil engineering, shopfitting, private development and Public Private Partnership.

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Expansion has been carefully planned within the company, which, in recent times, has become recognised as one of the major players in both the British & Irish construction industries with a projected turnover for the year ahead over £100m.

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We invite you to view our library of short films above summarising some of our projects, and also to listen to the feedback that is given by our clients, professional colleagues and end-users.

E C O'Hare FCIOB
Managing Director


Windsor Park Stadium Redevelopment
Featured Project

The Irish Football Association has announced OHare & McGovern as its Main contractor on the scheme. The works will provide an 18,000 seated capacity National Football Stadium, comprising: demolition of the existing south and east stands & erection of replacement south and east stands; refurbishment and extension of north & west stands; replacement flood lighting; coach & car parking; player accommodation and welfare facilities; ground support facilities including electronic display installations, hard and soft landscaping and storage...

Windsor Park Stadium Redevelopment
Recent News

Ulidia Housing Development Completion
O'Hare & McGovern have handed over another successful residential development; this time for our Client Ulidia Housing Association. The Project si...



Work Begins at Boroughmuir High School
Senior Managers at O’Hare and McGovern had a meeting with Dr Alasdair Allan, the Scottish Government Minister for Learning as the company began ...



O Hare & McGovern Media Lunch
All the leading Northern Ireland business journalists attended a special media lunch in Belfast hosted by OHMG. The private event at the Ulster Reform...

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