Walsh Park Keanes Road, Co.Waterford.

Walsh Park, located in Waterford, Ireland, is a GAA stadium named in honor of Willie Walsh, a renowned referee and dedicated advocate for Gaelic games in Waterford. This venue serves as one of the two primary homes for both the Waterford Gaelic football and hurling teams, with the other being Fraher Field in Dungarvan.

Project Details

Client Waterford GAA
Location Waterford
Work Commercial

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The Walsh Park project encompassed a comprehensive scope of works to enhance and modernise the Southern Stand. This involved the removal of existing seating, replaced with new seating configured to a new layout. The front of the stand underwent modification, including the removal of dugouts and realigning the pitch fencing. A notable addition was the construction of a new media center to the rear of the stand. Sanitary accommodation serving the stand received an upgrade.


Simultaneously, the construction of the new North Stand featured a tiered concrete slab on gill, concrete stairs on fill at each end, and the installation of new site services such as storm drainage and service ducts. The project’s complexity was heightened by significant demolition works, including those within restricted urban sites

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