The key factor in the success of this project was the Meticulous Attention to Detail given to the intricate and ornate fixtures and finishes in this Historic Building.
McKeon Group Craftspeople Nurtured this Project a labour of love, included restoration of existing floor boards, careful installation of new floor finishes memetic of their surroundings, discreet opening up for fire-stopping and services, a completely New Electrical Layout, Re-Wiring and Protective Services.
Also, sliding sash window restoration, bespoke fire doors and fine finishes such as carpeting and painting. Unique Measures were taken to ensure the building and its contents were protected and surprises were aplenty, for example, glass shards were found protruding from the walls which was later revealed to be an ancient rodent control technique, walls opened to reveal storage areas and long lost fire places.
What the client said...
“McKeon Group and their project manager Aidan McEnroe and his colleagues, met all the design, implementation and programme demands as the job progressed to a successful completion.”Brian O’Connor, Project Architect, Fingal County Council Architects Department
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