About the project

Leinster House was originally built as a town dwelling in 1745, the largest in its time, for the 20th Earl of Kildare to a design by Richard Castle. Leinster House is owned by the OPW and currently occupied by the Houses of the Oireachtas, comprising oces, meeting rooms and the Assembly of the Seanad. It is a 'Protected Structure' of international importance, and as such, any works undertaken to the building fabric must be carried out to the highest conservation standards.
  • Date: Nov 2017 - Ongoing
  • Client: OPW
  • Category: Historical
  • Address: Leinster House, Dublin

Project Information

The proposed works comprise of the full replacement of Mechanical Services of Historic Leinster House to current standards – this will include the stripping out of existing installations, rationalisation and reconfiguration of existing pipework, replacement of existing air handling units, investigation of internal down-pipes and all necessary repairs, provision of a new plant room at roof level and fitting out of new WC’s at various levels.




Our Role


Scope Of Work

Main Contractor

Duggan Brothers Construction

Consulting Engineer

Office Of Public Works