Court House

Location:Enniscorthy, Wexford
Client:Wexford County Council
Architect:Aughey O’Flaherty Architects

This Historic Court House was constructed circa 1820 and is located in the historic centre of Enniscorthy County Wexford. It is a protected structure of regional importance and is one of three almost identical court buildings in Co. Wexford. The building was a working court until 2004 when it closed after the decision was made to centralise Court Services to Wexford. In the intervening years, it fell into disrepair.

This protected structure has received a new lease of life prior to its 200th anniversary following another successful restoration project completed by Tom O’Brien Construction. This historic building has been transformed into a bright  modern office facility due to house the local Town Council. Notable features include period lime plaster internally, decorative cornicing repairs, superb sliding sash windows, the bespoke timber panelling and specialist fitted furniture and new polished concrete floors.

This was another project completed on time and within budget for our Clients, Wexford County Council. This project demonstrates further our abilities in the Conservation and Restoration fields.

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