“Our philosophy is simple, we use only the best produce from the best local suppliers and treat them with care and attention to detail.” Kate Lawlor (Head Chef) Fenn’s Quay
Founded by the Sisters of Bon Secours, our hospitals have as their mission to care for the sick, the dying and their families within a Catholic Ethos. We provide a maintenance and installation service for both the refrigeration and air conditioning throughout the hospital in Cork.
Ben Martin of Ballincollig Chiropractic delivers a gentle pain free thrust to correct a misaligned joint.
This allows treatment in his office to be delivered without the need
for the ‘twists and cracks’ normally associated with chiropractic care. We have supplied Dr. Martins Air Conditioning System and continue to look after its maintenance.
Iago Foods – English Market – Cork
This is an Italian-orientated stall, selling parmesan and pecorino (sheep’s cheese) as well as some local Irish cheeses. Fresh pasta and sauces are also available. We supply install and maintain all the refrigeration equipment for this famous gourmet food outlet.
Johnson Controls provides heating, air conditioning, process cooling solutions, equipment maintenance and repair service to a full spectrum of commercial and industrial facilities. We subcontract to this company on a regular basis.
Munster Joinery, Irelands largest window and door company. We have always been a leader in technology & design true to our heritage of innovation. We have been an integral part in the installation and ongoing maintenance of the main chillers utilised in this plant. We are also carrying out out energy monitoring for them with the aim of decreasing running costs in a challenging economy.
At Pilz Ireland they support Ireland’s manufacturing companies achieve compliance and safety with competitiveness in their production operations. The services that they provide include: CE marking, Risk assessment, Process Safety Design and Project Management. We have supplied , installed and maintained the air conditioning system in the Model Farm Road facility for the past 4 years. Energy monitoring is also being carried out at this facility to make the company more efficient and productive.
This principle is at the heart of everything Allspace Ltd. do, defining their aim to provide buildings that meet the wide-ranging requirements of their customers in every market sector, throughout Ireland. Their team of building specialists is committed to providing a first-class service, reinforcing their position as Ireland’s leading supplier of high-quality modular and relocatable buildings.
Costcutter offers independent retailers a package of professional support and advice to enable them to thrive in an ever more competitive marketplace. The Costcutter name is instantly recognisable to consumers. Known for providing ‘Fresh, Local, Value’ the group is growing both in terms of store numbers and turnover.
SuperValu is part of Musgrave Retail Partners, the retail franchise division of the Musgrave Group, Ireland’s largest grocery and food distributor. Founded in 1876, the Musgrave Group has grown to become one of Ireland’s biggest privately owned companies. Family owned and run, the Musgrave Group also operates a Cash and Carry division in Ireland and a wholesale business in Spain. In 2002 the group also acquired the Budgens chain of 200 stores mainly located in the South East of England.
Curious Wines is Ireland’s specialist mixed case wine merchant, providing pre-mixed and mix-your-own cases of wines, as well as supplying weddings and corporate gift packs. We provide free delivery throughout the Republic of Ireland for all 12-bottle cases purchased online or from our wine warehouse in Cork.
Soberlane Bar – Pretty good, pretty really good. Banging DJ playing kicking tunes every Friday and Saturday. Home of the world’s sharpest knife. Table Quiz Every Tuesday @ 9 pm. Sundays: FLIP-A-COIN. PARTIES? email@example.com FREE: WiFi (wireless broadband)
Brick Lane is the brainchild of Phil Ryan and Eamon Walsh. We are located on 1-3 South Main Street. Opened by Mr Brock Lane in 1867, The bar became known as Brick Lane after a sign writer misread his brief and inadvertently swapped an O for an I. Henceforth the bar was known as Brick Lane.