A main Contractor has been appointed and works have started on the Primary School redevelopment at Mercy Convent, Naas, Co. Kildare.
Works have commenced on the new Palliative Care and Ward Block, University Hospital Waterford by BAM Contractors.
Construction of the Phase 2 redevelopment of Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Drogheda is progressing.
We were proud to receive the award for Healthcare Building of the Year at the CMG Irish Healthcare Centre Awards 2017, for our Linn Dara Child & Adolescent Inpatient Unit at Cherry Orchard. Well done to all involved.
Works are progressing on site for the new Swimming Pool at Clongowes Wood College with Treacy Bros. Ltd.
Building Information Modelling (BIM) is the latest computer software development for delivering the construction information for design, construction and management of buildings. It involves a single computer generated model collaboratively built and used by the Client, Design Team and Contractors and allows greater co-ordination of the design. Wejchert Architects have invested significantly in new computer software to deliver projects through BIM using the Autodesk Revit programme which is installed on all workstations in the office.
We are currently delivering major projects through BIM including court houses in Waterford and Wexford,and a major hospital extension for Waterford Regional Hospital as illustrated above. We can offer BIM to clients for all new projects.
Wishing everyone a very Happy Christmas.
We are delighted to receive an award for Liturgical / Interior Design in the Faith & Forum/ IFRAA Awards for our refurbishment and renovation of the Basilica at Our Lady’s Shrine, Knock, Co. Mayo. The design and successful completion of this project was made possible by the efforts of all parties involved.
The jury comments are as follows; “The existing pilgrimage church needed some help and the renovation architects brought it up several notches. It is the kind of project that with a few deft moves accomplishes much. New art is integrated seamlessly. The space is brighter and warmer. It is now a much more welcoming pilgrimage church.”
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