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Tralee Community Nursing Unit 2 1 Eamon Costello (Kerry) Ltd is a significantly sized construction services company with its head office in Tralee, Co. Kerry. Though incorporated in 1977, the construction company has been in existence for over 45 years. It is a family owned business which has gone from strength to strength over the last number of years with an experienced and focused team.

Our ambition and goals for almost half a century have always been to deliver quality projects and value for money to our clients; our success and reputation today have been testament to this wisdom. We continue to build on our reputation with our focus firmly on growing the ability of the business to deliver in new and innovative ways. We are pleased that our approach has resulted in much repeat business and that we have a strong reputation for our competitive edge and reliable execution of all projects undertaken. In the history of the firm we have never been involved in arbitration or litigation over contract disputes.

The policy of Eamon Costello (Kerry) Ltd has always been one of cooperation with our client and with their design teams through a hands on approach. Through modern business practices and management techniques we strive to deliver projects on time and to a very high standard, which reflects well on all involved in doing so. Our portfolio of successfully completed project extends to a broad range of sectors including Residential, Restoration/Conservation, Healthcare, Industrial, Commercial, Civil/Streetscape, Leisure and Hospitality.

In Eamon Costello (Kerry) Ltd we are committed to continual development and improvement. We achieved ISO9001:2000 quality management accreditation in December 2005 and Safe T Cert accreditation in July 2007. We are the first Kerry based building contractors to achieve these standards.

Awards & Accreditation

  • VCR Logo 2022 2023
  • Irish Green Building Council
  • NSAI
  • safetcert
  • NSAI Certified
  • heritage
  • homebond
  • niso 1
  • links irishgeorgiansociety
  • CIRI