Company details for Omos Ltd

Omos Ltd

  • 0870 (Display number) 0870 471 3557
1- 3 Military Road Industrial Park
Naas Co. Kildare Ireland Ireland

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About us

Omos, situated in Co. Kildare, Ireland are a leading designer and manufacturer of a broad range of street furniture, since they were first established in 1996. During our reign in the street furniture industry we have already received numerous awards regarding our Lune and Pro Urba product range including The Glen Dimplex Grand Prix, The ICAD Silver Bell, The Louth County Council and Carlow County Council Street Furniture Awards.

To date we have many satisfied customers within Local town, county and city councils, architects as well as landscape architects, construction companies and property managers. 

  • Ashtrays
  • Benches
  • Bollards
  • Cycle Stands
  • Litterbins
  • Seats
  • Tree Grilles
  • Tree Planters
With every Omos street furniture products, design and engineering goes hand-in-hand making a unique piece of street furniture that meets your requirements. Designs are developed to produce a furniture range that fits its purpose and enhances the environment. Omos achieves this by working in partnership with you, from conception, evaluating, design and engineering to meet the functional requirements of the product.

In addition to our standard street furniture range, Omos offers a bespoke design and manufacture service. We have many years experience in bringing ideas from conception to production and can offer an effective means of producing ideas. Many of the standard street furniture within our range are the result of answering specific needs of our customers.

Articles/Press Releases

  • 24/03/2017 - Merrion Square Park
    Merrion Square was originally a private square for the sole use of local residents
  • 16/03/2016 - Omos Project - George's Street, Newbridge
    Georges Street, Newbridge is at the heart of the busy country town and is located midway along the Main Street running North West between it and Eyre Street. Some years ago well known artist, Ann Meldon Hugh was commissioned to create a number of sculptures depicting the tradition of trade in the town. The original plan was to mount this pieces on the building facades but it was later decided that they would gain more prominence if they were displayed in cases along the street. Omos liaised
  • 03/11/2014 - s16.2 Success!
    Winston Churchill once said that success is going from failure to failure without the loss of enthusiasm. There has been much thinking down through the ages around the whole notion of failure and how to use the experience positively.

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