McKeon Group: Ongoing Restoration Works at Ardgillan Castle

McKeon Group: Ongoing Restoration Works at Ardgillan Castle

28/01/2022

McKeon Group is proud to hold a position on Fingal County Council’s restoration contractor framework. Among the projects undertaken by the McKeon team under this framework is the restoration of the magnificent Ardgillan Castle, in North County Dublin. 

For anyone unfamiliar with this popular visitor attraction, Ardgillan Castle and Demesne sits on close to 200 acres, between Balbriggan and Skerries, overlooking the Irish Sea with views northward to the Mourne Mountains. Described as Ireland’s hidden gem, the castle is a firm family favourite for tours, theater events, parties and more: https://ardgillancastle.ie 

In addition to the ongoing restoration works, this special local attraction will benefit from recently announced funding to ensure the significant expansion of walkways and cycleways, which will connect it to Balbriggan town centre.

Below are just a few of the grand rooms currently being restored by the McKeon site team:

 

 

About McKeon Group: Established in 1950, this year marks the 70th anniversary of McKeon Group, which remains a family business. ISO certified for more than two decades, McKeon Group offers expert construction, fitout and building services. The Group delivers projects, services and maintenance across a range of sectors for State, local authority, FDI and private clients. For more information, contact https://mckeon.ie 

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