Irwin ME

Rathfarnham Castle, Dublin

This project was for the electrical services installation as part of the overall refurbishment of Rathfarnham Castle, south Dublin.

Rathfarnham Castle is a 16th century National Monument in State ownership since 1988.

The Office of Public Works manages the site and has been undertaking a programme of restoration and conservation over the past twenty years.

It was originally the residence of Archbishop Adam Loftus, a clergyman who rose through the ranks to become Queen Elizabeth 1st’s chief envoy to Ireland. Loftus was the founder of Trinity College Dublin.

Electrical Value £200k
Region South Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Client Office of Public Works
Main Contractor Dunwoody and Dobson
Contract Public Works Contract
Design Responsibility Client Design
Duration 7 months

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