Works on this project consisted of stripping existing roof and removal of velux roof windows as well as demolition of 2 number of chimneys. New rafters and support rafters were installed before applying a new breathable membrane and battens. The junction with the flat roof was waterproofed before the roof was re-slated and new fascia, soffit and downpipes installed, while repairs were also carried out to internal rooms including slabbing, plastering and painting. The external doors were also draft proofed and painted while an external concrete post and chainlink wire perimeter fence was also erected along school boundary as part of the works.
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.