Protected Structures

An Eaglais Heritage Centre "The Meeting House," Broomfield, Co.Monaghan

Client: Monaghan County Council
Architect: ABC Associates
Contract Value: €512k
Contract Period: February 2010—November 2010

Works included the removal and disposal of Asbestos. There was dry rot and wet rot prevalent on site and all infected timbers needed to be either replaced or treated. The roof had to be stripped and re-slated, replacing damaged slates with same material to blend in. New wooden floors, new double glazed windows - all to match the existing and meet the modern standard with u-values and performance. Removal of all internal and external doors and replacement with new fire rated doors - all were crafted to keep the heritage feel in the building.

St. Macartan's Cathedral, Monaghan

Client: Bishop Duffy
Architect: S&G McCann Architects
Contract Value: €520k
Contract Period: April 2004—August 2004

Refurbishment work carried out to the external grounds of St Macartans Cathedral. Works included setting of pavements, construction of both drive & walkways. New steps and walls erected. New landscaping constructed & new lighting erected.

McAvinney's Ballybay, Co.Monaghan

Client: Monaghan County Council
Architect: National Building Agency
Contract Value: €245k
Contract Period: August 2011 - February 2012

Works included the demolition of a two storey building with intermediate floors to the rear extension of an existing 100 year old derelict building adjoining the McGinnity Building which is a protected structure located in a busy town centre. There is also a basement level which was accessed via an internal stairs from the hallway at ground floor level with living accommodation on the upper floors and the basement.