Projects

Copper Roof Condition Assessment, Ennis, Co. Clare

Copper Roof Condition Assessment, Ennis, Co. Clare

We recently had the opportunity to carry out a Fabric Condition Assessment of the copper roof of the Gort Glas building on the grounds of St. Joseph’s Hospital, Ennis, Co. Clare. The building dates from the 1960’s and includes a small chapel adjacent to it which also features a copper roof.

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Repair Works To Wrought Iron Gates And Railings

Repair Works To Wrought Iron Gates And Railings

Condition Assessment and Section 57 Application for repairs to wrought iron railings and gates at Castleconnell Church, Castleconnell, Co. Limerick.

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Controlled Reuse Of Architectural Elements In A Protected Structure

Controlled Reuse Of Architectural Elements In A Protected Structure

Relocation of two angel statues and a marble pulpit from the former Franciscan Church (Henry Street, Limerick City) to the Sacred Heart Church (The Crescent, Limerick City)

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Kilmallock Supervalu Redevelopment & Medieval Wall Repairs

Kilmallock Supervalu Redevelopment & Medieval Wall Repairs

Redevelopment of existing Supervalu supermarket on Sarsfields Street, Kilmallock, Co. Limerick including carpark to rear and adjacent building, “Creggs Shop”.

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Adare - The Augustinian Friary & St Nicholas Church by Barbara Bingham

Adare - The Augustinian Friary & St Nicholas Church by Barbara Bingham

We have been involved in restoration works to St. Nicholas Church, a 14th Century Church, for 5 years and we are delighted to announce the launch of 'Adare - The Augustinian Friary & St Nicholas Church' by Barbara Bingham.

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Mary Immaculate College, New Entrance

Mary Immaculate College, New Entrance

Mary Immaculate College (Protected Structure) undertook a major redevelopment of the college entrance consisting of improving visitor, staff and student facilities. ACP advised the architects on all building conservation matters at all stages of the project including pre-planning, planning application preparation, contract procurement, supervision and signing off on the project.

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Oatfield Church Restoration, Sixmilebridge, Co Clare

Oatfield Church Restoration, Sixmilebridge, Co Clare

ACP was commissioned to carry out an assessment of Oatfield Church, a mid-17th century church which is a Protected Structure (RPS665) and Recorded Monument (CL052-043).

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Conservation & Management Plan, St Nicholas Church

Conservation & Management Plan, St Nicholas Church

ACP was commissioned to prepare a Conservation and Management Plan (funded by the Heritage Council) by the Adare Vestry Group in 2012.

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St. John's Scouts Hall

St. John's Scouts Hall

Architectural Conservation Professionals was commissioned by St. Johns Scouts Club to act as Building Conservation Consultants to undertake refurbishment and fire engineering works to the scout hall. The works included a new fire system, computer training facility and youth cafe.

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Dendro-Dating Project

Dendro-Dating Project

ACP applied for and secured a Heritage Council Research Grant in 2012 to date the oak timbers used in the timber framed structure found during works to the rare triple diamond Jacobean stone chimney and chimney breast at Parnell St Ennis.

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Franciscan Friary, Water Damage

Franciscan Friary, Water Damage

The Franciscan Friary is an attached four-bay three-storey friary building, built between 1876-86, but not finished until 1929, with a ten-bay three-storey elevation facing Bedford Row.

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Historic Ironwork In Graveyards

Historic Ironwork In Graveyards

ACP were commissioned by Abington Enterprise Centre Ltd (Community Group) with Leader grant aid support from Ballyhoura Development Ltd., to prepare a pilot Study Report on the identification and repair of Historic Iron work in Graveyards across the Ballyhoura region.

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Coachford Farm House

Coachford Farm House

The dwelling at Coachford was an old stone two storey farm house with a number of extensions built on to it over the years – an incompatible mix of old stone walls and modern concrete structures.

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Dundanion Court, Blackrock, Cork

Dundanion Court, Blackrock, Cork

Dundanion Court was designed in 1964 (RIAI Silver Medal Winner 1968-70) and was completed in 1968. It consists of 36 identical two-storey terraced housing units of approx. 1200 sq.ft. Number 33, which was in almost original condition was refurbished and brought up to modern living standards as part of this project.

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St. Vincent De Paul, Drop-In Centre

St. Vincent De Paul, Drop-In Centre

The St Vincent de Paul Drop-In Centre provides much needed services to the homeless community of Limerick, including those who are “street homeless”, those in B&Bs and emergency hostels with nowhere to go during the day and people who are at high risk of becoming homeless.

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Ballynaclough House

Ballynaclough House

The current owners purchased the house in 2008 and their view was to return the house back to its original 18th century style whilst respecting the 19th and 20th century alterations and upholding it as a family home.

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Balcony Repair, Ozanam House

Balcony Repair, Ozanam House

Ozanam House is the local office for the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul in the Mid-West Region of Ireland and the main centre for Limerick, operating administrative services and a drop-in centre.

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Limerick City Walls, Phase 2

Limerick City Walls, Phase 2

Phase Two of works on Limerick City Walls consisted of urgent works to the Exchange Lane, Charlotte's Quay Car Park sections and clearance of the Irish Town section to allow surveying.

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Exchange Wall, Limerick

Exchange Wall, Limerick

The Limerick City Exchange was built in 1673 to house the city's covered market and council chamber. Limerick Civic Trust engaged ACP to prepare a conservation structural report on the wall. The survey identified major structural failure and emergency works were undertaken using a combination of Civic Trust staff and specialist contractors.

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Market House, Mountshannon

Market House, Mountshannon

ACP were engaged by the owners to undertake emergency stabilisation works of the roofs and walls. This work was undertaken under S57 approval and was carried out by a local experienced contractor. ACP have also advised our client on the feasibility of reusing the property in conjunction with a local community group.

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Clarisford Palace, Killaloe

Clarisford Palace, Killaloe

Clarisford Palace is a magnificent 18th Century House originally built for the Bishop of Killaloe and Clonfert. It has been in continuous occupation since that time. The current owners engaged ACP to undertake a conservation building/structural survey which identified major works required to the roof, chimneys & external windows.

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Limerick City Walls, Phase 1

Limerick City Walls, Phase 1

Phase One of works on Limerick City Walls consisted of a Conservation & Management Plan for Limerick City Council & Heritage Council, identifying the 29 sections of wall remaining and assessing the condition of the walls.

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Hunt Museum, Limerick

Hunt Museum, Limerick

Building survey and preparation of Management plan and maintenance works contracts for Museum.

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Cloister / Friary Ennis - National Monument

Cloister / Friary Ennis - National Monument

Conservation/Regeneration Project - advising on the architectural and engineering conservation aspects of the renovation, refurbishment and re-roofing of the medieval friary building.  

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Glenstal Abbey

Glenstal Abbey

Survey and assessment of the building fabric and internal decorative wall paintings. Supervision of conservation works

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Brewery Bar Ennis

Brewery Bar Ennis

Refurbishment of an 18th/19th Century retail premises with medieval walls and basement within the historic town of Ennis.

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High St Ennis (Protected Structure)

High St Ennis (Protected Structure)

Regeneration Project - 18th/19th Century retail premises with significant medieval fabric.

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Hayes Ennistymon

Hayes Ennistymon

Regeneration Project - Town centre 18th century building to new sustainable use - Preparation of feasibility study and planning application.

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O'Briens Tower (Protected Structure)

O'Briens Tower (Protected Structure)

Refurbishment of 19th century tower/visitor centre at Cliffs of Moher, Co Clare.

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Sarsfields Credit Union (Protected Structure)

Sarsfields Credit Union (Protected Structure)

Regeneration Project - Architectural Conservation Consultant for the refurbishment and modernisation of the 19th Century 'Bank' Building.

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Lighthouse Trail Booklet

Lighthouse Trail Booklet

Research and survey of lighthouses along south coast. Preparation of 40 page full colour booklet as part of a tourism trail.

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Belltable Arts Centre

Belltable Arts Centre

The Belltable Arts Centre was originally built in 1825 as a privately-owned Georgian townhouse in Limerick city.

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