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The Market House, Enniscorthy

Refurbishment of the County Council offices in Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford using Calsitherm climate boards. The Market House is a listed building which was built circa 1813 and renovated in 1908, when a top floor was added for use as a technical school. The town centre landmark has since been refurbished to create a modern office space, while retaining the architectural hallmarks of the original structure.

Finished internal wall with glass panels and door
Wall before Calsitherm is applied and before glass panels and door are installed
Plasterer leveling the walls before applying Calsitherm boards
An internal view of one of the offices in Enniscorthy Market House
Two windows after being prepared for installing Calsitherm boards
A finished window which has used Calsitherm, been plastered and finished with Auro natural paint
Exposed brickwork around a fireplace
Exposed brickwork around windows
Calsitherm fitted around windows which has been plastered over and painted with Auro natural paint
Calsitherm fitted around windows
Exposed brickwork around a window prior to Calsitherm boards being installed
Calsitherm smooth finishing plaster around a fireplace
Aughey O'Flattery Architects
Tom O'Brien Construction
Calsitherm Installer
McCauley Plastering
Site Photography
Aughey O'Flattery Architects
Finished Project Photography
Marie-Louise Halpenny
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