St. Catherines Marks the Continuation of Dublin Church Works

St. Catherines Marks the Continuation of Dublin Church Works

19 Jun 2013

There are times when contracts are secured through very unfortunate circumstances. The St. Catherines Church in Meath Street in Dublin is such an example. Re-decoration is called for here due to a terrible fire a couple of years ago that done extensive high level damage, particularly to the roof.

Through our works in similar Churches and with experts like Richard Ireland in this field we got the opportunity to tender for this project and I am glad to say were successful.

A lot of painstaking enabling works are to be done by the Contractor Conservation & Restoration and we will be working closely with Alan and with James Howley Architects to come up with solutions.

The roof timbers will require re-decoration with the careful attention being given to preserving the character of the Church. This will be the case for the entire Church. The Church is a certain age and this needs to be reflected while also supplying a quality finish.

We look forward to working with the design team and client and to what surely will be a beautiful Church once finished.