Dr. Thomas Brennan carried out a detailed assessment / survey of the roof, horizontal weathering and a room-by-room survey including the windows. By means of our non-destructive methods to investigate the historic fabric of the building, Dr. Thomas Brennan was able to then plot the details onto a room-by-room survey and report on his findings.
Employed as project managers for the conservation works during the contract – (a massive cost saving exercise). Work on the roof and windows began late 2007.
As project managers in a project of this size, expertise in building restoration can help save the client considerable amounts of monies, historical detail and original features by guiding construction teams in the most cost effective and valued engineering methods of restoring your building. Our condition report will Complete:
- Roof Survey
- Floor Inspection
- Window Inspection
- Facade Survey and
- Review Failure in weathering Details
St. Flannan, the Patron Saint of the school and diocese, lived in the 8th century. The death of Flannan is recorded for the year 778. He is reputed to have been the son of a local chieftain, Turlough of the royal clan of the Dál Cais. His feast day is December 18th. He renounced his royal heritage in order to pursue a life in God's service in the church of St. Lua at Killaloo and was revered as a preacher. St. Flannan travelled to Rome where Pope John IV ordained him bishop, returning as the first Bishop of Killaloe. The shrine of Flannan contains his relics, crozier and Book of the Gospels and is associated with Brian Boru since he was born and reared here.