While non-essential construction activities remain shutdown, the team at Horizon Offsite are currently working on a number of essential and time-critical healthcare projects, including the delivery of Thurles Ambulatory Care Unit for the HSE, under main contractor Clancy Construction, with Reddy Architecture + Urbanism.

Clancy Construction, industry leaders in this space, were awarded a contract for the design and build of a 667m2 single storey unit for the HSE. Following on from the successful collaboration and handover of a number of similar projects since the start of the pandemic, the design team at Horizon Offsite proposed a unique rapid build to provide the superstructure.

Project Scope

The project scope for Thurles Ambulatory Care Unit was to deliver a 4-metre high, single storey structure with pitched mono roof structure, to upgrade the existing hospital facility during Covid-19 restrictions.  Given the scale and urgency of the pandemic, this project was designed to be delivered in an accelerated timescale. 


From our recently-extended premises in Cahir, County Tipperary, the Horizon Offsite team designed and manufactured panelised, insulated, light gauge steel frame external walls with a cement board, ready for rendering on site, together with the internal walls and roof structure. This superstructure was sustainably designed and constructed with good quality, medical-grade construction to ensure NZEB compliance.

Proven Track Record

The HSE has recognised the speed, quality and inherent benefits of the fully-accredited Horizon Offsite building system and has engaged with Horizon Offsite on a wide range of projects in order to meet its rapid delivery schedules.

About Horizon Offsite

Horizon Offsite Ltd is one of Europe’s leading players in Offsite Construction and Modern Methods of Construction (MMC), providing a fully accredited structural light gauge steel system to the residential, industrial, commercial, healthcare and educational sectors. Contact the Horizon Offsite team at https://horizonoffsite.ie