|residential||conservation||Laurence Town Centre||DesignYard||Drury Street Car Park|
|commercial||small investments||Reiss||National Maritime Museum||Kingspan Insultation|
|community||offices||West Street, Drogheda||White Mills Service Station||Urbana, Temple Bar|
|environmental||fitout||The Mall||Donnybrook Mall||U2HQ|
|one-off houses||refurbishments||Green 19||N25 Maintenance Depot||Enniskerry Village Centre|
|The National Maritime Museum, Dun Laoghaire||
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The Mariner’s Church is a Protected Structure on Haigh Terrace in Dun Laoghaire, a lot of work has been carried out over the last five years to secure the fabric of the building including essential structural repairs and the re-pointing of the original stonework. The building is now in very good condition and BCDH acted as architects and conservation architects in the essential works necessary to facilitate the opening of the building to the public, including the sensitive insertion of improved access, means of escape in case of fire and other necessary works. This was the final step in the lengthy process to re-open the Maritime Museum to the public and is the culmination of a lot of effort by many bodies including the Maritime Institute of Ireland, a voluntary body, the Office of the Taoiseach, the Office of Public Works, Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council and the Dun Laoghaire Harbour Company.