This project involved an interesting set of very large new translucent folding doors to the new wider entrances to the boatroom to accomodate a new boat that was due to the station. The translucent doors bring in a huge amount of natural light to a previously dark gloomy space while being very ergonomic in the way they fold and stack up above the opening so that they don’t affect the boatroom ceiling when open or use up space outside. (The doors that they replaced were in the same style as up and over garage doors).
The project involved minor alterations and general building maintenance. Planning Permission and Fire Safety Approval were achieved as part of the full service provided by us on this porject.
A full design team was involved similar to that required on the station in Kilmore Quay.
RIAI Practice accredited in Conservation at Grade 3
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