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CONSERVATION

Conservation, by its very nature, requires a specialist capability developed over many years experience in dealing with sensitive historic structures. Malachy Walsh and Partners have such a capability and have worked on many prestigious, sensitive and well known conservation projects over the last number of years. Typical examples would be the major conservation project carried out at Ardfert Cathedral where ground breaking but nonetheless historically sensitive techniques were used to stabilise and conserve the existing 11th /13th century structures. On the Skelligs, Malachy Walsh and Partners are likewise involved in a rolling conservation programme, again with a view to stabilising this historic structure and preserve it for future generations.


   
Project: Ardfert Cathedral, Ardfert, Co Kerry
Client: Duchas/Office of Public Works
Cost: €1.9million
Completion Date: n/a

   
Project: Fota House, Fota Island, Co Cork
Client: Office of Public Works in conjunction with Fota Trust
Cost: €3.8million
Completion Date: Phase 1: 2002, Phase 2: 2008

   
Project: Skellig Michael Conservation Project, Co Kerry
Client: Office of Public Works
Completion Date: February 2007 - ongoing

   
Project: Lismore Bridge
Client: Waterford County Council
Cost: €250,000
Completion Date: n/a

   
Project: Lismore Library & Lismore Courthouse, Waterford
Client: Waterford County Council
Cost: €3million
Completion Date: February 2006

   
Project: Listowel Bridge, Co Kerry
Client: NRA/Kerry County Council
Cost: €500,000
Completion Date: Phase 1: March 2009, Phase 2: 2011

 

 

 
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