New Project Announcement: Plassey Park Road Improvement Scheme

We have great pleasure in announcing that Limerick City & County Council has appointed Sorensen Civil Engineering as Main Contractor to deliver the Plassey Park Road Improvement Scheme in Limerick City.

This project proposes to upgrade the entrance to the National Technological Park and locally widen some of the surrounding roads to accommodate new cycleways, footpaths and bus lanes at Plassey Park Road and Plassey Road.
The project also comprises of a number of junction upgrades including paving, landscaping, drainage and the installation of bus lanes along with associated site works.

We look forward to delivering this project on behalf of our client, Limerick City and County Council.


Sorensen Civil Engineering Ltd. is now an Achilles Supply-Line accredited company

We are proud to announce that Sorensen Civil Engineering Ltd. is now an Achilles Supply-Line accredited company. We achieved an incredible 97% compliance so well done to the HSQE team for steering us through the audit with flying colours!

We look forward to collaborating with new clients within the Achilles Information Ltd Supply-Line community.


Cian Binéid marks 25-year anniversary with Sorensen

Sorensen Quantity Surveyor, Cian Binéid, marked his 25-year anniversary with the company this week which is an incredible milestone. Cian joined the company in 1998 after graduating from University of Glamorgan in Wales. He has been a constant rock in the commercial department throughout good times and bad. He has played a key role in our steady growth over the past 25 years and, with a fair wind, he will feature in the next 25 years also at Sorensen!

We’d like to thank him sincerely for his hard work, dedication, honesty and loyalty to the company over the last 25 years, it is very much appreciated. Here’s to another 25 years Cian….!

Carlisle Pier Fender Installation

Sorensen has recently commenced fender installation works at Dun Laoghaire Harbour’s Carlisle Pier.

The project consists of the installation of nine new fenders supported on tubular steel piles, which will increase the capacity and flexibility of the quay for berthing a range of vessels which moor at the Harbour.

As part of the Sorensen Green Initiative, our site team is currently trialling a battery-powered MEWP. The battery-powered plant produces zero emissions which helps to improve air quality and reduce the carbon footprint of our operations.

Well done to our Marine Team!