This photograph was taken by RIAI President, Robin Mandal, just a few days ago as he flew over the Dalkey coastline. The RIAI competition winning job reached practical completion last month. Thank you Robin for the pic!
Refurbishment and restoration work nears completion at St Brigid’s Catholic Church and Parochial House in Ardagh. Quinn Barnwall Buggy are delighted to have this project featured in the latest issue of Construction Ireland (see p38 – 39).
Congratulations to Declan Mowlds and all the staff at Chanel College on the article in yesterdays’ Irish Times supplement on Feeder Schools 2014 and their achievements in increasing the numbers of their pupils progressing to third level education. A great school moving in the right direction.
QBB Architects are delighted to be associated with such a well managed and progressive school. As part of the DoES Summer Works Scheme 2014, QBB directed a new roof project at Chanel College. The picture, shows the new fall-arrest system & designated walkway in place. This project ran for two months over late summer. Approximately 1’900sqm of existing roof was stripped back, insulated and re-covered with a single-ply roofing membrane.
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Cormac Buggy and Stephan Hoeckenreiner of ambient architecture on a site visit this summer at Loreto Dalkey Sports Hall. This is a RIAI competition winning job from 2013 with the two practices working in collaboration.
The project consists of a sports hall, fitness gymnasium, studio space, assembly foyer, changing facilities, viewing gallery, external spaces and landscaping on a coastal site. It is hoped that the building will be ready for action at the beginning of 2015!