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Current work in hand – Winter 2017

Current work in hand – Winter 2017

Our workload has increased significantly this year with a return to working on several commercial housing developments. We have had several residential projects on site this summer which we are hoping to have photographed and added to the website soon.

Fergal gave presentations to period home owners at the RIAI stage in the Autumn Ideal Home Show and we have a significant amount of conservation work in hand including a post fire-damage strategy to Carstown House, Drogheda and extensions to period houses in Dublin.

We are hoping to finalise our input to “Built to Last”, a study for Dublin City Council examining the energy characteristics and retrofit potential of pre-1945 Dublin housing stock which we hope will be published in early 2018.




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