Who We Are
At M.CO we make projects happen through connected thought and creative action.
As the people we work with say: we’re thinkers and doers.
The M.CO team strives to make the world a better place, applying creativity, pragmatism, collaboration, excellence, and empathy to each of our projects. With our clients, we work on the challenges that people care about: health and well-being, environment and culture. At the heart of our approach is our deep experience in connecting ideas, people, and action.
The founders of M.CO met in the 1990s, while leading some of Ireland’s most significant regeneration projects. We started M.CO in 2000, bringing together everything we had discovered about the design and delivery of projects.
What We Do
With our clients we co-design services of the future and help to create sustainable societies. We collaborate to explore new ideas, encourage curiosity, and unlock potential, balancing creativity with pragmatism in making projects happen.
Through our multidisciplinary team, and using strategic design and project management methodologies we solve complex problems simply.
We are proud to work with diverse clients making change for the better across public, private, and community sectors. Unique to M.CO is the capability to apply strategic design and project management skills to make projects happen from concept to completion. We offer a multi-disciplinary team of strategic project managers, service designers, researchers, strategists, sociologists, architects, environmentalists, engineers, designers, writers and creators.
We work with innovators such as:
An Post / Arran Street East / Atlantic College / Augustinian Province / Barrett Business Communications / Bennett Construction / Blackrock Clinic / Blackwater Resource Agency / Campus & Stadium Development Ireland / Centre for Excellence in Universal Design / Congregation of the Sisters of Mercy / Cork County Council / Department of the Taoiseach / Digital Media Development Agency / Donegal County Council / Donegal LEO / Dublin Chamber of Commerce / Dublin City Council / Dundalk Institute of Technology / Dundalk Town Council / Enterprise Ireland / Fáilte Ireland / Health Service Executive / IDA / Irish Local Development Network / IMMA / Kildare County Council / Kilkenny County Council / Mater Campus Hospital Development / Mater Misericordiae University Hospital / McInerney Homes / Merrion Square Innovation Network / National Ambulance Service / National Museum of Ireland / NCAD / New Children's Hospital Group / RCPI / RCSI / Rotunda Hospital / Safefood / Science Foundation Ireland / SEAI / Sligo County Council / South Tipperary County Council / Space Engagers / St. Patrick's Festival / St. Vincent's Healthcare Group / Tallaght Hospital / Teagasc / The Coombe Women & Infants University Hospital / Tourism Ireland / Trinity College Dublin / UCD / Wallace Construction