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This project was a full refurbishment of a Georgian mid terrace residence a short walk from St Stephens Green in Dublin City Center. The works involved the conservation of the existing period features internally and externally. Sheehan & Barry Conservation Architects were employed to monitor the works ensuring that all features were restored to previous glory. This included refurbishment of all existing fireplaces, coving and arches, refurbishment of the existing sliding sash windows, repairs to the stairs, spindles and handrails, structural and new finish to existing floors along with fresh pointng of the external brickwork and sills. The master bedroom was fitted out with a new en-suite and the attic insulation upgraded to current standards. The building was completely re wired with new electrical sockets and light fittings installed. The central heatingng system was also completely overhauled with new radiators in all rooms. Externally the front and rear gardens were completely renewed with footpaths and hard landscaping to the Client requirement. The wrought iron railings to the front Garden on the Street were also completely refurbished and re painted

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This project was a new build of a 4 bedroom single dwelling on a Greenfield Site between Kells and Virginia. Sinnott & Caulfield completed the works to a builders finish which included site excavation, strip foundations and sub structure blockwork, radon barrier and DPM/DPC and blockwork construction of the structure. The 1st floor was pre stressed concrete slabs and the roof structure was constructed of prefabricated trusses with fiber cement slate finish. The windows were a mixture of casement and sliding sash PVC with Aluclad sliding door and a timber front door with pillars under an arch. The building was registered under BCAR with all inspections carried out by Maguire Architects and Ancillary Certificates issued by all sub contractors. A 6-8 person waste water treatment system and site works were completed as part of the scope. The heating system was an air to water heat pump with underfloor heating throughout the house, a heat recovery ventilation system was also installed as part of the mechanical works. Externally the building was finished with a wet dash 6-8mm render with sand and cement and skim finishes internally and suspended plasterboard ceilings. The project duration was 9 months from start to finish.

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This project was a full refurbishment of what has been confirmed as the oldest house in Dublin on 130 Thomas Street. The mid terrace residence dates back to 1639 and is located on the bustling Thomas Street. Sheehan & Barry Conservation Architects were employed to supervise the works on what is a piece of history that we were delighted to work on. The building had fallen into very poor condition both structurally and superficially and required methodical nursing back to the current condition. The existing staircase is the only known example of this type of construction left anywhere in the country and the works to refurbish the stairs were carried out with great care and dedica tion by our Team of Craftsmen. Many of the existing features including masonry and timber beams have been tastefully exposed to form part of the building finish. The electrical and heaƟtig systems were completely overhauled and the sliding sash windows restored to the previous finish. On the Ground Floor a shop unit was constructed which was ultimmately fitted out as a Barber Shop. The works were completed with restricted access off one of the busiest streets in the city with dedicated stop and drop times agreed with all our suppliers

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This project was a partial refurbishment of an existing Swimming Pool Building in Dublin City Center. The works involved the stripping of the existng ceiling over the swimming pool with a birdcage scaffold erected for access. The existing roof steel structure was shotblasted and painted with three coats of protective paint for the swimming pool environment. The existing roof coverings and deck was completely removed and new TATA Steel deck and Sika roof coverings fitted with a Fall Arrest System by Skyway also installed. Internally new administrative rooms were constructed with new fire doors and screens, internal finishes and decorations, new external doors and the pool deck was completely retiled with repairs carried out to the tiles within the Pool. New ventilation ductwork, lighting and access control were also fitted as part of the works. The Front façade received a complete facelift with new Seamlock and Cedar Cladding and capping’s fitted along with new signage. The Project was a rapid build to get the facility re opened for the local community and all works were completed on time and on budget for Dublin City Council

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