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Current work in hand – summer 2020

Current work in hand – summer 2020

The office in North Great Georges Street is current closed due to the situation with Covid-19 however we are keeping busy working at home as things start to recover. Please forward all queries to the office email address on the contact page or call us on the office phone number which is diverted. Keep safe, look after your neighbours and we will all get through this together!

We are an architectural  practice that specialises in small to medium sized bespoke projects and conservation & heritage architectural work.

We have had a busy year to in 2019 having completed a substantial office fit out for Athletics Ireland and an extension to the Daoine Óga childcare facility in Navan.

We carried out a significant amount of conservation work recently including conservation architect consultancy work for Waterways Ireland, Westmeath County Council, Malcolm Hollis Building Consultants, Drogheda Port Company, The Cliff at Lyons Hotel, Celbridge, DMOD Architects, OMS Architects and Downey Planning.

Conservation projects on site or due to go on site in 2020 include Smarmore Castle Extended Care Unit, the consolidation of the Old Gaol Wall, Trim, facade reinstatement work on South William Street, Dublin 2 for Savills Ireland and consolidation works to The White Castle, Athy. 

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