Client: Waterford City & County Council
No. 18 Lady Lane is a handsome five-bay three-storey mid-18th century house; one of the finest of the period in Waterford city. The interior is notably accomplished with a panelled stairhall and three rooms having ceilings with Rococo style decorative plasterwork. Commissioned to prepare a conservation report of the building and make an assessment of the decorative ceilings. A programme of repairs to consolidate unstable areas of the ceiling plaster and to stabilise deflected floor timbers was then undertaken under our inspection.
Advisor for the restoration and refurbishment of this large Scots Baronial country house built in 1878 to designs by the architects James Otway and Robert Watt which had largely fallen into dereliction by the time our client had acquired it. Works have included the comprehensive repointing of the red sandstone walls and chimneys, repair and re-slating of the roofs, repair and replacement of windows and the ongoing reinstatement of the interiors.
Client: Jones Lang Lasalle
Inspection and specialist analysis of historic fabric as part of a pre-purchase inspection of this picturesque early 19th century castellated mansion designed by James Sheil.
Inspection of, and preparation of a pre-purchase survey, for this handsome early 19th century country house designed in the Regency style.
Preparation of a pre-purchase survey of this late 19th century Dublin townhouse. This is a building type which we would inspect on a regular basis.
Arts and Crafts
Preparation of a pre-purchase survey of this unusual Edwardian suburban house designed in the Arts and Crafts style. The interior was notable for the wealth of original decorative details that had survived.