Margaret completed an Electrical Engineering Technicians course at Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT) in 1985, before graduating with a BSc (Hons) in Electrical Services and Energy Management. A Chartered Engineer with over 30 years’ experience,
Margaret has a wealth of expertise in building services design engineering and project management. Throughout her career, she has delivered both large- and small-scale projects in the industrial, commercial, institutional, healthcare and cultural sectors. Margaret joined Waterman Moylan in 2014 and is an Associate in our Dublin Building Services team.
In 2007, Margaret was elected to Chair the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) Republic of Ireland. She has been an active committee member for the past 16 years and served as Honorary Secretary for eight years. For several years, Margaret acted as an industry representative on the interview committee for lecturers at the Dublin Institute of Technology, and she was also the CIBSE representative on a BRAB working group on the elaboration of 2010 Part L Building Regulations ‘Targets for buildings other than Dwellings’.
Margaret’s extensive portfolio includes the recently completed Grand Canal Square Theatre, now known as the Board Gais Theatre. The new 2,100 seat performing arts theatre and adjoining 40,000 sqm office complex was designed by Studio Daniel Libeskind of New York. This outstanding project received the ACEI (Association of Consulting Engineers of Ireland) ‘Design Excellence’ award in March 2011 for its exemplary mechanical and electrical services design.