Leeann | November 10, 2020
The Irish Construction Excellence (ICE) Awards took place on Saturday the 7th of November. We are delighted to have won two prestigious category awards at this year’s unique and immersive evening to celebrate excellence in Irish Construction. The winning projects were:
Historic Leinster House – Public/ Heritage Building Category
The conservation of the state’s best known building was an undertaking of national importance. The result is both a fine example of conservation and beauty. The quality of the conservation works is acknowledged to be appropriate for the most significant 18th century Town House in the State. With this extensive restoration work, Georgian Leinster House has been preserved for future generations of Members as the home of Parliamentary democracy and for the many thousands of visitors each year.
The Irish Stock (Exchange) – Commercial Under €10M Category
We are very proud of the consistency and quality of the concrete work in this project and particularly of the fact that all of it, is truly ‘off the shutter’ finished concrete. The excellent level of finish and detail throughout the new building combined with the conservation & restoration of the historic building to expose original features such as a cut limestone wall and vaulted ceilings culminated in a building of unique character as well as a state-of-the-art modern office space. The quality of the finishes and the combination of historic and contemporary buildings, provides a building with a special character that surpasses the technical requirements of a state-of-the-art office.
First and foremost we would like to thank our team, without them it would not be possible to deliver such significant projects. We would also like to thank the design teams involved, suppliers, subcontractors and all stakeholders that have contributed to the projects throughout the various stages of the build.
Well done to the ICE Awards coordinators for delivering a night of unity and celebration to round off what has been a very strange and testing year.