This house forms part of a notable terrace with the adjoining buildings to the east and west. Built in the mid eighteenth century, this building is an interesting addition to this terrace. The building is enhanced by the retention of significant features and materials, such as the timber sliding sash windows, slate roof, timber architrave and some interior features.
Significant structural works have been undertaken, before the fabric of the building can be tackled.
Due for completion Autumn 2016.
Sadly the building was severely damaged a few years ago in a fire, but works are under way to rebuild it.
Staff enjoying coffee over looking the River Lee in one of their new Coffee stations. Best view from a cafe in the City!
Presentation for the National Disability Association and the Department of Arts Heritage and the Gaeltacht
Ongoing work on the completion of an office fit out in Cork City. Due for occupation before the end of the summer 2012.
DFA recently toured the Spanish Science parks in Malaga, and Grenada, with UCC, CIT, Cork County Council, and the Stakeholders of the proposed new Cork Science Park.
It is hoped that work will commence soon on the initial phases of this exciting developement. DFA have been engaged to prepare a masterplan for oneof the first phases of the development.
DFA have been given planning approval for the erection by Limerick VEC of a new high ropes and climbing structures at Killfinnane Outdoor Education Centre.
The project to Refurbish Sirt airport is to re-commence immediately, with work due to commence on site this summer.