Joseph O'Grady was working as a joiner in 1979 when he refurbished his first house. Having completed numerous house refurbishments over the next few years, Joe built his first new home with some capital and a loan from the bank. Joe rapidly expanded the scale of the refurbishment projects and his house building.
After a modest start, his expertise in joinery fit-out finishes allowed the business to go from strength to strength. By the end of the 2000's, most private housing developments stopped. The house building was reduced in size due to the down turn and the emphasis was re-directed to Hotels, bar & restaurant fit outs.
The then company, Deancourt Joinery, had numerous centrepieces of fit-out sub-contract works, including work on the Hilton Waldorf London, Hilton Park Lane London, and other prestige hotels and restaurants throughout London and the UK.
In 2012, the company was rebranded as Deancourt Construction. The expertise turned to civil construction work and private house building, to respond rapidly to the demand for new homes. The business expanded by bringing on board dedicated professional personnel who have over 40 years experience in all aspects of housing developments, major civil engineering works and all types of new build projects.
This new structure has been a good strategic fit and a powerful force in the sector, creating better shareholder value. It allows the company to expand the scale of it's expertise in private house building and civil construction. After a modest start the company is turning into a substantial construction business. In London, across the UK and Ireland, Deancourt Construction has been engaged in a wide variety of work, both for the private sector and the public sector.