Dungarvan Enterprise Centre
Centrally located in the Old Friary building on Lower Main Street, the Dungarvan Enterprise Centre has been recently refurbished to the highest standards and now provides a comprehensive range of business, administrative, and training services.
Formerly a school, the building is a distinctive landmark in the streetscape of Main Street.
Dungarvan Town & History
Dungarvan is a thriving coastal town and harbour situated within County Waterford, on the south east of Ireland. Its origins can be traced back to the 3rd Century AD when a tribe called the Déise settled in the area. The surrounding region still bears this name. Dungarvan derives its name from St. Garvan who founded a monastery there in the 7th Century.
Its harbour lies on the River Colligan where it enters the sea. The town has excellent amenities including a number of small shops and local businesses and is an ideal base for touring West Waterford and exploring the award-winning Waterford Greenway. Not only is our Greenway award winning but Waterford has itself been voted as “Best Place to Live in Ireland“. This is a testament to all the businesses and community spirit.
Dungarvan town lies on the N25, which connects us to Waterford Airport (40-minute drive) Cork Airport (60-minute drive) and Rosslare Harbour (90-minute drive). Buses run hourly from Waterford city and Cork city to Dungarvan and from Dublin city to Dungarvan every 2 hours.
South East Technological University (SETU) and University College Cork (UCC) are on our door step as is access to business networks, mentoring services and training opportunities.