Murray O’Laoire Architects Limited 

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Murray O’Laoire Architects Limited 

Murray O'Laoire Architects is a progressive firm of Architects, Urban Designers and Interior Designers. It was founded over 25 years ago in Limerick and is now one of the largest and best known architectural firms in Ireland with Offices in Limerick, Dublin, Cork, Moscow and Poland. The firm has won many awards for its work and prides itself on being able to combine quality of service and imaginative design with practical management and financial skills.

MOLA’s mission is to make good architecture.
We recognise that achieving this objective means consistently provide a high quality service, We recognise that the ultimate resource is a highly skilled and motivated workforce, aware of new technologies and advances in the marketplace.

One of MOLA’s core objectives is to provide continuous professional development to all staff. MOLA defines the responsibilities of each member of staff and provides appropriate training on an ongoing basis.

All Senior Project Architects and Senior Technicians in Murray Ó Laoire Architects have attended the RIAI Seminars and workshops on the Health & Safety (Construction) Regulations 2001. At Director and Associate Director level key staff members regularly attend specialist courses on Health and Safety to keep in touch with the latest developments and legislation is this increasingly important area of building design.

MÓLA have developed and documented procedures to ensure that matters of Health and Safety are fully integrated into all stages and disciplines of the building design process.
Each MOLA office regularly holds an in-house review forum to inform all staff generally on current projects; latest legislation; latest building techniques; office updates etc.
External speakers are often invited to contribute.

In addition, site visits for all staff members are regularly organised. This ensures, that MOLA incorporates best practice at all times and remains abreast of all new legislation and thinking.