Fergal McGirl - Conservation architect dublin


conservation architect dublin

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Historic buildings require professional conservation skills that can only be learned over time. Fergal’s background and experience as a conservation architect is outlined as follows:

1995-1996:     Worked with conservation practices Richard Hurley & Associates and Hamilton Young Architects on protected structures including St. Marys & St. Annes Cathedral, Cork.

1996-2000:    Worked with Arthur Gibney & Partners as project architect on projects including the St. Stephen’s Green Hotel which incorporated National Monuments 3 & 4 Harcourt Street.

2003:        RIAI Architect Accredited in Conservation Grade 3

2009:        TCD Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Building Conservation & Repair

2011:         Listed on the Irish Georgian Society traditional skills database

2012:        RIAI Grade 2 Conservation Architect

2018:        Appointment to RIAI Historic Buildings Committee

Fergal currently acts as both a consultant conservation architect and as lead architect for a range of projects to historic and protected structures in Leinster with clients that include Waterways Ireland, Westmeath County Council, Malcolm Hollis Building Consultants, Drogheda Port Company, Smarmore Castle Rehabilitation Centre and The Cliff at Lyons Hotel, Celbridge.