Tax incentive scheme could conserve and revitalise Ireland’s largest towns and provide over 10,000 badly needed homes.
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New article from the Journal of Sustainable Design & Applied Research
Abstract There is increasing evidence that current mainstream guidance for assessing moisture risk of insulation retrofits in Ireland and the UK is unsuitable for traditional solidwalled buildings. This guidance is still based on simplified hygrothermal risk assessment methods, despite the availability of more advanced numerical software for two decades and a relevant standard in place […]
St Mary’s Church, Kilkenny Restoration and Conservation – Evening Lecture 21st November 2016
The Engineer’s; Architect’s and Client’s perspective of the complete restoration and conservation of Ireland’s last ‘hidden’ 13th century urban church to the highest standards for re-use as a museum. [button url=” http://heritageregistration.ie/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/EI-HS-St-Marys-2016-11-21.pdf” target=”_blank” color=”blue” size=”medium” border=”false” icon=””]Event Details Here[/button] All welcome Admission Free 6.30pm Monday 21st November 2016 Engineers Ireland, 22 Clyde Road, Dublin 4 […]