Designed by Ciarán ÓGaora, Bridget Butler, Sharon Walsh and Anusia Grennell at Zero-G

Research & Strategy: JP O'Malley

Photography: Johnny Savage

Web development: Pixel Design

Categories: Identity

Industry: Commercial


As a dynamic fit-out and construction company, Flynn has experienced considerable growth over the past number of years, as the construction sector in Ireland has regained its vim and vigour. Recognising a need to represent themselves in the market in a way that best-reflected the company they had become, Flynn engaged Zero-G to strengthen their brand position and to undertake a full company rebrand.

The new brand identity has been informed by the strengths that Flynn bring to their work. They are a skilled, innovative team of builders, who see a healthy culture of collaboration as central to achieving optimal results for their clients. We developed a wordmark that is both robust and open. A contrasting colour palette works across every facet of the brands reach from livery, tenders to hoarding and cranes. A new website was developed to showcase the proof of their expertise and experience, as well as to tell the story of their people and the company culture. Showing the team at work was an integral part of this exercise. Photography by Johnny Savage, captures the collaborative, enthusiastic and professional nature of the people who make up Flynn.