Category Archives: Projects

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St. John the Baptist Church

Further to Lee McCulloughs long term association with works at St John the Baptist Church in Clontarf, the Parish of Clontarf have continued to retain LMC Consulting to advise / assist in relation to the maintenance of the property. Projects in recent years  include  roof and arch repair works and the removal, repair and reinstatement of the church spire.

Client: Parish of Clontarf
Architects: Michael Mohan Architects
LMC Engineer: Norman Irvine

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Ski Club Clubhouse

Following on Lee McCulloughs long term association  with works on behalf of the Ski Club of Ireland, LMC acted as structural consultants on the design and construction of the new clubhouse at the SCI  Kiltiernan site. Works on this project commenced in 2014 and the project was completed in spring 2016.

Client: Ski Club of Ireland
Architects: BKD Architecture
LMC Engineer: Norman Irvine

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Pigeon House Power Station – Poolbeg

Following on a previous assignment completed by Lee McCullough Consulting Engineers,  LMC (in conjunction with a team established by Shaffrey Architects) were commissioned by DCC to inspect and report on the condition of the former Pigeon House Power Station in late 2012. During the inspection process unstable structural elements were noted and the design and completion of essential temporary works were required to facilitate the completion of the project brief.

Client: DCC / Shaffrey Architects
Architects: Shaffrey Associates
LMC Engineers:  Norman Irvine and Frank Lee

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Hainault House – Stephen’s Green

LMC have been retained to act as structural engineers on this project which  involves the demolition of the existing building  and construction of a new 6 storey over double basement in its place. The project passed planning stage early in 2016 and is currently preparing to proceed to tender (August 2016).

Client: Irish Life Assurance
Architects: Wejchert Architects
LMC Engineer: Gerry McCabe

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Crampton Court

The schedule of renovation works at this DCC listed protected structure in the heart of Dublin’s Temple Bar commenced in 2013. These works included the upgrading of the existing residential units / their amalgamation into larger units, the upgrading of external balconies, stairs and courtyard finishes, and the installation of a new lift.

Client : DCC / Downey McConville Architects
Architects: Downey McConville Architects
LMC Engineer :Gerry McCabe

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115-117 The Coombe

This late 19th Century former convent / school building comprising 3 sections  was acquired by our client for use as a music college at the start of 2013. The engineering renovation works included the provision of a lift pit and modifications to accommodate the removal of internal load bearing walls  / door openings and other necessary works., it also included the addition of external ramping and laneway access improvements.

Client: BIMM Ireland
Architects: Kings Sturge
LMC Engineer: Gerry McCabe

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ILAC Centre

Ilac Shopping Centre (originally constructed in 1979) was extensively modernised and extended in 2006 – Lee McCullough ( now LMC Consulting Engineers) were structural engineers on both of these projects / developments. Current works at ILAC are centered on renovations to the Moore Mall

Clients : Chartered Land
Architects: Studio 3
LMC Engineer: Gerry McCabe

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St Columbas

St. Columba’s College relocated to its current site in South County Dublin in 1847. Many of its buildings date from this period. Over the years Lee McCullough (now LMC Consulting Engineers) provided structural engineering services to this client – projects completed include the renovation of the Argyle Building (2005), the Cadogan Building and the Warden’s House (2007). Recent works include the provision of a new firefighting ring main and the construction of 4 new staff houses.

Client: St Columbas College
Architects: Michael Mohan Architects
LMC Engineers: Norman Irvine and Frank Lee

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Owendoher River

The flood defense works at Woodview Cottages, Rathfarnham involved the provision of a barrier along a section of the Owendoher river for a distance of approximately 40m. These works involved the extension of the existing wall and the introduction of a new section of retaining wall and included the re-routing of the pre-existing services.

Client: South Dublin County Council
Architects: South Dublin County Council
LMC Lead Engineer: Norman Irvine

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Deansgrange Library

This project , completed in 2013, involved the renovation and extension of Deansgrange Library which included the removal of sections of the existing façade and their replacement with a glazed elevation together with the provision of new accessible public toilets and improved kitchen and staff facilities. The external area to the front of the library was also upgraded to provide a plaza with hard and soft areas of landscaping.

Client: Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council
Architects: Dunlaoghaire Rathdown County Council
LMC Engineer: Norman Irvine.

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Ballyogan Depot

Ballyogan Environmental Services Depot is a newly constructed facility for Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council.

The Depot Administration Building is a modern energy efficient office block constructed using a high percentage of sustainable materials (soft wood timber). It demonstrates the feasibility of using structural timber elements to construct a multi storey framed building while achieving architecturally aesthetic results. This form of construction, using timber beam and column framing for a multi storey building is in our experience unusual if not unique in Ireland.

Client: Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council
Architects: Bucholz McEvoy
LMC Engineer: Gerry McCabe