The Webworks, Cork
The conservation, restoration and refurbishment of Albert Quay House, a protected structure, located on Albert Quay, Cork.
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Project Overview

This project comprised of the conservation, restoration and refurbishment of the Albert Quay House – a protected structure on Albert Quay in Cork.

This involved the temporary removal of the protected boundary wall, which we rebuilt to the original. We restored what existing windows we could and removed, restored, painted and reinstalled the metal railings as well as repairing and restoring the roof.

We cleaned and treated the existing limestone façade, which played a big part in restoring the building to its former glory.

This development won the Best New Development Award at the 2006 Cork City Centre Better Building Awards.

Key Features

  • Four storey commercial offices above basement carpark on a historical city centre site
  • Restoration and refurbishment of protected Albert Quay House
  • 2006 Cork City Centre Better Building Awards - Best New Development
Howard Holdings & Enterprise Ireland
Project Team
Howard Holdings & Enterprise Ireland
Scott Tallon Walker
Quantity Surveyor:
Nolan Ryan Tweeds
Structural Engineer:
Walsh Goodfellow
M&E Consultant:
PM Group
Project Details
Contract Value:
€13.6 Million
Floor Area:
13 months