Cork Cork with a population in excess of 540,000 includes the Republic of Ireland’s second largest city and is the premier commercial, retail, administrative and educational centre in the south. It has a strong infrastructure, well educated work force and is easily accessed through a principle port and an international airport. Cork railway station offers daily services to all major cities throughout the country and hourly trains to Dublin.

There are approx 150 overseas companies employing approx. 35,000 people in Cork City and County. Major employers in Cork include Apple, Dell EMC, VM Ware, Pfizer and Boston Scientific. Cork is a modern University City with UCC having a student population of 21,800 people and CIT with a student population of 10,500. This ensures a ready supply of talent and skills across a range of sectors including information and communications technology, pharmachem, biopharma and services industry. Cork city is also home to the Tyndall National Institute, Ireland’s largest Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Research Centre.

Ballincollig located 9 kilometres to the west of the city is the fastest growing Urban area in Ireland and has a population in the region of 18,000 in the immediate environs with significant employers including Dell EMC, VM Ware, Boston Scientific and Apple all located within this western quadrant of Cork city centre, which Ballincollig forms part of.

Westfield Office Quarter forms part of the overall Ballincollig Town Centre Development, a 90 acre development featuring shopping centre, town centre retailing, own door office and modern business units, a separate office campus called Barracks Square, medical and leisure facilities and large scale urban and town centre styled residential accommodation. Westfield Office Quarter is located at the intersection of Old Fort Road and Main Street adjacent to Ballincollig Shopping Centre.



Four National and two Secondary Schools. University College Cork & Cork Institute of Technology also in close proximity and easily accessible.


Banks, Credit Union, Mortgage Brokers, Insurance, all located within the town centre.


Doctors / Clinics / Dental. Close to Cork University Hospital.

Sport & Recreation

Ballincollig offers a diverse range of clubs to include GAA, soccer, rowing, rugby and golf nearby at Muskerry and Lee Valley as well as fishing and most other sports. The Ballincollig Regional Park which provides up to 134 acres of amenity lands adjacent to the River Lee, with numerous historical structures of note including the Gunpowder mills is located just minutes away.


A range of retail amenities are available at Ballincollig Shopping Centre along with Tesco, Dunnes, Aldi, SuperValu and Lidl.


Ballincollig has a 24 hour bus route with the 220 bus going from Ballincollig to Carrigaline via the City Centre every 15 minutes at peak times. A bus stop is located adjacent to the development.

Cork County Council Library

A range of reading material is available for all ages at Ballincollig Library. In addition the library is utilised for community events such as music classes, coffee mornings, as well as local exhibitions.


An excellent mix of restaurants, cafe pubs, hotel, gym and other leisure uses as well as cinema and children’s entertainment centre are provided for in Ballincollig.

Residential Development

Ballincollig provide a mix of residential accommodation available within the immediate environs. There a number of housing schemes under construction within Ballincollig as well as others in close proximity to the town. This ensures the continued supply of accommodation for sale and to rent in the area.

An excellent mix of restaurants, cafe pubs, hotel, gym and other leisure uses as well as cinema and children’s entertainment centre are provided for in Ballincollig.

The Team

O’Flynn Construction has achieved remarkable success in all aspects of development in retail, commercial, industrial and residential sectors and in particular in delivering large scale commercial office developments. OFC, our design team and agents together provide the required expertise to bring a project from start to completion with the ability to adapt as required to meet the building user’s specific requirements.


The Buildings

Located on 6 acres Westfield Office Quarter comprises 4 individual buildings located within a landscaped development. In total the scheme has the potential to provide up to 285,000 sq ft of office accommodation with stand alone buildings varying in size from 53,000 sq ft to 91,000 sq ft. There is also the potential to interconnect 2 buildings to provide 155,000 sq ft of offices.


Office Floor Plans

Westfield Office Quarter is located in a landscaped environment and benefits from excellent onsite car parking. One Westfield Office Quarter provides a tenant with the unique opportunity to choose a high profile corporate headquarters located in a pivotal position on the junction of Ballincollig Main Street and Old Fort Road.