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Retrofit Case Studies

A-Rated Energy Upgrade, in Co. Cavan.

This 1950s single story bungalow was renovated and extended into an A rated home.

A-Rated, Eco-refurbishment, Louth.

This semi-detached house was built in the 1950's. It was a single leaf structure of cavity wall blocks apart from the brick façade at the front of the house, which had a cavity. We extended and renovated the house so it was transformed into an A rated home.

A-Rated, Eco-refurbishment, Dublin.

This semi-detached house was built in the 1950's. It was a single leaf structure of cavity wall blocks apart from the brick façade at the front of the house, which had a cavity. We extended and renovated the house so it was transformed into an A rated home.

Design and Build Case Studies

Mill Mount Tower

Mill Mount round tower over looking the Boyne River in the centre of Drogheda was in a derelict condition. The brief was to restore the tower to its former glory. All internal walls; floors; stairs and roof where restored. The 1st floor of the building was rebuilt.

Contemporary House at Blackrock Co Louth.

This new build, 350sqm home built on an exposed site on the fore shore in Blackrock, Co. Louth, was built to an A rated standard.

The Passage Tomb of Knowth Guides Hut

A building wholly constructed from sustainable materials.

The building is completely constructed from Irish grown timber, predominately Spruce and Larch. All structural timber is strength specified. External cladding is ship lath Larch from Caoilte forest in Co. Kilkenny. The roof is finished with cedar shingles. The windows and external door are made from Irish spruce.

Drogheda Fire and Rescue, a Sustainable Public Building.

Designed with sustainability principles to the forefront.
We are very proud to have built this very prominent public building in Drogheda Co. Louth. This building incorporates the latest technology and maximises the use of sustainable construction materials. We used a large amount of concrete in the construction of this building and it was all ggbs concrete by eco cement, which has particular qualities which become apparent when you are trying to achieve a very high quality finish. By the end of this contract we had become experts in working with GGBS concrete. The exposed concrete is finished to the most exceptional standards.

Passive House Case Studies

Passive House

Passive houses are very well insulated buildings whose annual space heat demand is so low that the conventional heating system can be omitted (this is something that will need to be considered by you, we can talk it over). The small amount of heat required can be delivered to the individual rooms by heating the air supplied by the ventilation system.

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