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Current work in hand – autumn 2019

Current work in hand – autumn 2019

We are a small practice that specialises in small to medium sized bespoke projects and conservation/heritage work.

We have had a busy year to date having completed on site a substantial office fit out for Athletics Ireland (photos coming soon) and an extension to the Daoine Óga childcare facility in Navan.

We carried out a significant amount of conservation work in 2018 including consultancy work for Waterways Ireland, Westmeath County Council, Malcolm Hollis Building Consultants, Drogheda Port Company, Smarmore Castle Rehabilitation Centre and The Cliff at Lyons Hotel, Celbridge. Conservation projects ongoing in 2019 include the consolidation of the Old Gaol Wall, Trim and reinstatement of the outbuildings at Ardbraccan Glebe, Navan.

 

 

 

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