The works involved in this project consisted of demolition of the listed stone water tower and re-construction of the water tower at an alternative location. The Water tank was carefully removed from the tower, cleaned and the steel treated while it awaited the the tower to be re-constructed. The tower stonework was carefully removed, cleaned, numbered, and stored for re-use by setting down in sequence to facilitate re-build using traditional lime mortar before the water tank itself was re-installed on top.
This project entailed the complete refurbishment of the old station house building at Gort Station, Co. Galway. Works were carried out in accordance with Heritage Architects specification and included repairs to slate roof with salvaged bangor blue slates, fitting of new ridge capping, construction of new asphalt flat roof to existing extension, removal and disposal of rubble, floors and internal walls that were structurally unsound, construction of new concrete floor, Dry-lining to all internal faces of external walls, installation of new suspending ceilings, supply and install of new timber sash windows and external timber doors to replicate the originals, and construction of new canteen and wash room facilities for per way staff.
This project consisted of refurbishing the stone constructed goods store building at Gort Station, Co. Galway. The works included removal of all vegetation and rubble around the building, stripping of existing roof slates and carefully storing them for re-use, removal of sections of existing rotting timber roof, installation of new timber joists and rafters, re-roofing of slate roof, installation of new roof light sheeting, installation of new cast iron gutter, carrying out substantial repairs to both large timber doors to the gable and side of building, painting and re-hanging of doors as well as repairs carried out to damaged areas of stonework.