In the media: A year to remember

November 8, 2016

A year to remember… 2016 saw Dublin-based Burke Joinery celebrating its 30th anniversary and evidence of how it has been able to reach such a significant milestone recently came in the form of the company’s success in winning a prestigious Fit Out Award in the Supplier of the Year category. “We were founded back in 1986 by my father John Burke Senior and what makes our 30th anniversary year even…

Read more ›

Burke Joinery: Fit Out Award winner

November 7, 2016

Burke Joinery are delighted to announce that we have become the Fit Out Award winner in the category Fit Out Supplier of the Year 2016. This award is a great achievement to us and we are proud that the efforts made by Burke Joinery are being recognised. We are very pleased to receive such an important industry recognition. The Fit Out Awards celebrate excellence in the execution of world-class fit outs,…

Read more ›

Project: US Embassy in Dublin

October 20, 2016

Certain projects require the highest quality standards. Good example of such a prestigious project would certainly be supplying the US Embassy. US Embassy in Ireland is a new project taken by Burke Joinery where we will have a role of supplying and installing over 550 m2 of American Red Oak Akustik+ panelling. The project is expected to be complete within the coming months. What a privilege to be able to…

Read more ›

Dorset Point Student Accommodation

October 19, 2016

After supplying over 470 bedrooms and kitchens at Binary Hub, we have a new student accommodation project ongoing! In collaboration with Bennett Construction we are supplying the Dorset Point student accommodation. Dorset Point student accommodation will take place at Dorset Street Upper and it will host 447 students. Burke Joinery is supplying 447 bedrooms and 102 kitchens on this project. The project is expected to finish in February 2017. As being…

Read more ›

Burke Joinery welcomes Ellen!

October 11, 2016

Ellen Laurischk is a young joiner from Germany who decided to come abroad to share her joinery craftsmanship skills and gain some new. Burke Joinery has welcomed Ellen for three weeks as a part of exchange program that we have been involved in for the last 2 years. The whole exchange program has been carried out by Handwerk– a joint platform of chambers and associations representing joinery craft. Part of their work…

Read more ›

Fire safety awareness: essential facts about fire doors

October 7, 2016

Fire resistant doors are an important safety device. They represent a building’s passive fire protection system that is an essential requirement for the public facilities, factories and offices. What exactly does that mean? It means that doors in this case serve the purpose of helping to slow down the spread of fire and smoke throughout the building by keeping it contained within a certain area for a longer period of…

Read more ›

Japanese Joinery- Act of Art

September 23, 2016

For over the 1000 years now Japanese joinery represents simply an act of art. Japanese carpenters, known as Daiku, have remained traditional and loyal to their joinery technique. And we are not surprised why.   Japanese carpentry dates back to the old world craftsmanship of a bygone era, where the aesthetic and philosophical principles were in harmony with nature through close observation of its cycles and rhythms. Things haven’t change…

Read more ›

Burke Joinery supports Fire Door Safety Week

September 20, 2016
Fire Door Safety Week

Safety expects the unexpected Fire doors are often underestimated piece of equipment when it comes to fire protection. When you think of fire protection, doors are probably the last thing that comes to your mind, right? Well, our moto says: build doors, save lives. By saying that, we want to raise awareness about doors not being just doors, but also a crucial part of the passive fire protection of every…

Read more ›

In Collaboration with IComp

September 5, 2016

The Irish Centre for Composites Research (IComp) is a technology centre who carries out extensive research in the area of modelling and testing of composite materials and structures. IComp provides research, consultancy, training and information services to the composite materials industry in Ireland. The centre has outstandingly well-equipped laboratories and computational resources, with the capability to manufacture, test, inspect and analyse virtually any type of composite structure. Burke Joinery was recently involved in…

Read more ›