Church Projects

As a result of our Grade I Conservation status, Hamilton Young Architects provide a wide range of services to religious communities and churches in maintaining old and historic buildings.

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St. Canice's Cathedral
Select Vestry of St. Canice’s
Kilkenny
Works by HYA include dry rot eradication and reconstruction to Choir and Robing Room roofs, existing flat lead roof over Bell Chamber replaced with pyramidal slate roof and work to doorways including reconstruction of decayed gothic arch sandstone mouldings with coloured mortars using ‘plastic repair’ techniques.
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St Werburgh's Church
Representative Church Body
St. Werburgh's St., Dublin 2
One of the oldest historic Dublin Churches, founded in the 12th Century. The present Structures date from circa 1725. Works carried out by HYA include structural stabilization of walls and roof structures using a variety of innovative techniques, restoration of sandstone façade and restoration of internal decorative finishes.
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St. Michan's Church
Church Body
Church St., Dublin 8
Various conservation projects from 1985 to date. Substantial re-slating of Church and Tower Roofs. Structural repairs to Tower, repairs to floors in Tower and re-instatement of one entire floor in Tower which was previously removed.
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St Clare's Church
St. Clare's Church
Manorhamilton, Co. Leitrim
The restoration of the roof included removal of existing slates, installation of insulation, breathable membranes, lead work and reinstallation of 60% reused slates and 40% reclaimed slates all to match the original unique pattern. Other works included replacement of the bells support structure, new safe access ladder to the bell and new paving and external works.
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Methodist Church
Board of Trustees
Wine Street, Sligo
Complete restoration of a landmark Protected Structure within Sligo town, in association with Vincent Hannon Architects.