This is a list of some clients we have worked with in the past. We have completed Restoration consultancy, or assisted them in the eradication of toxic mould.
Office of Public Works
The OPW is a service organisation. Our ethos is to be client focused, to ensure timely delivery of services and to provide value for money. Our remit covers two main areas - Estate Portfolio Management including Heritage Services and Flood Risk Management (all areas are supported by Corporate Services). The mission of the OPW is to use our experience and expertise in our mandated areas of operation to provide innovative, effective and sustainable shared services to the public and our clients.
Cork County Council
County Cork has a population of 399,216 (2011Census), which represents a 10.3% increase over the 2006 Census. The county is served by 55 councillors, representing eight Municipal Districts and is the largest elected assembly outside of Dublin. There are 186,200 households in County Cork and there are 300,726 names on the 2013/2014 Register of Electors.
ARC Cancer Support Centre
Founded in 1994, ARC is a registered charity offering professional support to men and women affected by cancer and those who care for them. The support is holistic and complements primary medical treatment with education and psychological care.
The Heritage Council
The Heritage Council’s mission is to engage, educate and advocate to develop a wider understanding of the vital contribution that our heritage makes to our social, environmental and economic well-being.
Irish Georgian Society
The vision of the Irish Georgian Society is to conserve, protect and foster an interest and a respect for Ireland’s architectural heritage and decorative arts.
Slane Castle hosts many high profile events, from its famous Summer Concerts with a capacity of 80,000 people, to intimate events inside the Castle. With the backdrop of the River Boyne and the surrounding parkland of the Estate, it is the perfect venue to accommodate a wide range of events in unique surroundings.
St Patrick College
St Patrick's College was established in 1875 to meet the teacher training needs of a denominational primary school system. The College was initially based at numbers 1 & 2 Drumcondra Road, moving to its present site at Belvedere House in 1883. During the Presidency of Fr. Peter Byrne CM, in the 1880s and 1890s, an extensive building programme was undertaken which, along with a second major phase of development completed in 1966 during the Presidency of Dr Donal Cregan CM and a third completed in 1982, still forms the core of the campus.
Sammy's desire was to restore the Castle in the style and manner it was built to enable guest entertainment on a grand scale. But she started small, establishing tea rooms in the old conservatory thereby creating income to restore the roof. Between 1995 and 1997, Sammy refurbished fourteen of the Castle bedrooms and bathrooms, each in its own unique style, in an effort to maintain the individuality and uniqueness of the property.
In 1961, dry rot was discovered within the Farnham house and in an attempt to alleviate it, the oldest part of the house looking across the parkland, and the additions made to the house in 1839, were demolished. The contemporary hotel and leisure development at Farnham Estate Cavan marks a new phase in the evolution of its aesthetically pleasing landscape. Thus the indelible mark made by the Maxwell family Lords Farnham on the landscape of Farnham will continue to be appreciated by future generations.
The County Monaghan Heritage Plan, which contains an action plan up to 2017, was launched on 24th April 2012 in the Market House, Monaghan with significant contributions by Dr. Thomas Brennan.The current plan has been informed by the active involvement of our wider community through the consultation process, the Heritage Forum and the Elected Members of the various Town Councils and County Council. This plan includes a Heritage Action Plan for the period 2012-2017 and outlines actions with a timetable and lists of delivery partners.