We Are Hiring!

Calling all talented designers with the relevant experience…. and talented designers keen to learn timber frame design. We are seeking applications from Architectural Technicians/Engineers & Technologists who are interested in joining our award-winning design team……..

The ability to work within a team, to show leadership, take responsibility, and to deliver projects to a high standard within agreed timeframes.


  • Construction /Design based 3rd level education
  • Motivated & enthusiastic
  • Appetite for learning
  • Team player
  • Attention to detail
  • Ability to produce high-quality work under pressure
  • Knowledge of timber frame design an advantage

To apply, send your CV to jobs@cygnum.ie 

Site Update – Reflect 140 Wall System

One of the major benefits for developers using offsite construction for high volume housing is it significantly increases the speed of the build by reducing build time on site.  Work is progressing at a rapid speed for this happy developer using our Reflect® 140 wall system which is factory insulated and closed on the inner face with an airtight membrane and service battens.  The combination of membranes and insulation are used to optimise performance and minimise cost.  Factory fitting the airtight membrane and battens greatly reduces site works.

Reflect 140  

Cygnum Employees Fundraise for Focus Ireland

Cygnum employees held their annual fundraising raffle and this year our chosen charity was Focus Ireland. The Homeless charity works tirelessly to help assist the most vulnerable in our society, Before Christmas Focus Ireland highlighted that of the 8,374 homeless in the country, more than 3,000 are children. Project Leader for Focus Ireland Cathy Murray was delighted with the donation and said that the money would go towards helping house families and individuals in long-term sustainable homes.

Please go to the Focus Ireland website to see how you can donate.

Cygnum employees Heber and Ian presenting a cheque to Cathy Murray, Project Leader for Focus Cork


Cygnum Has Achieved CIRI Approval!

We are delighted to be kicking off 2018 with the confirmation we are a registered member of the Construction Industry Register Ireland. CIRI standards are high and only construction companies, sole traders and builders who meet the strict eligibility criteria are registered on CIRI.

By registering with CIRI, members commit to delivering excellence in every aspect of their work. We are competent and capable to deliver the job at hand, we run our business in a professional manner and we sign up for continuous professional development to stay at the forefront of construction best practices.

Cygnum fully supports the ethos of the government approved body, which seeks to uphold and approve only the highest of building standards.

Self-Build Live – Millstreet Cork 2017

We will be at SelfBuild Live Cork. To avail of FREE tickets, simply click on the link provided below. The event takes place 11-12 November 2017 at Millstreet Green Glens Arena, and with 30+ Speakers and 100+ exhibitors on hand to give you advice, it is the must visit home event of 2017.

Cygnum Phone Line

Due to Hurricane Ophelia our local telephone exchange is down at present. We can make outgoing calls and receive e-mails. Please contact us on info@cygnum.ie and we will call you back. We are doing our up-most to resolve the issues, we appreciate your patience. ** Update at 15:29 – Phone lines are now working!

Running alongside the RIAI Annual Conference we are delighted to be returning back to Architecture Expo, RDS Dublin on 6th & 7th October. A highlight in the RIAI calendar, Architecture Expo is the premier annual event in architectural and construction products and a showcase in design and innovation. Come and visit us at  stand C20. 

GoldSmith Street Norwich – Site update

Great to see progress of our Passivhaus units on site and being erected at GoldSmith Street, Norwich. We were delighted to be part of the team who delivered Norwich City Council’s first Passivhaus housing development, Hansard Close earlier this year.  Goldsmith Street will be the region’s largest Passivhaus development and marks the continuing commitment from Norwich city council to provide low energy social housing.  The 105 units feature a mix of one, two, three and four bedroomed properties, designed by award winning architects Mikhail Riches.