On this week’s Business Matters, Ciaran O’Donnell is joined by Paul Kelly, a director with Irish company, Harcourt Technologies, which is providing the 3D construction printing technology for a housing development in Lancashire in England.
The social housing project will comprise 46 units and a community centre for homeless army veterans and low-income families. It’s being backed by Accrington Council with the assistance of the homeless charity – “Building for Humanity”.
Paul graduated from the University of Dundee School of Architecture in 2004 and qualified as a Chartered Architect in 2005. Since then, he had held senior positions in a number of architectural practices leading design teams on the delivery of numerous high-profile projects.
Harcourt Technologies is made up of architects, engineers, and material scientists and the company’s mission is to provide housing in a more sustainable, cost-effective, and efficient manner using 3D construction printing technology.
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