Monitoring

  • R154 Patrickstown to Oldcastle, Co. Meath (Meath Co Co)
  • Woodhouse, Aglish, Co. Waterford (ESB International)
  • Kildare Town Waste Water Treatment Plant (SIAC)
  • R161 Trim-Navan, Co. Meath (Meath Co Co)
  • Clanbrassil St, Dundalk, Co. Louth(Mc Gahon Architects)
  • Cooley to Greenore water scheme (Priority SI)
  • Louth Water Rehabilitation (Louth Co Co)

Forestry management plans

  • Drumboe, Ballybofey, Co. Donegal (Coillte)
  • Ballyward, Blessington, Co Wicklow (Coillte)
  • Kinnity, Co. Offaly (Coillte)
  • Ballintombay, Rathdrum, Co. Wicklow (Coillte)
  • Waterboro, Clonroche, Co. Wexford (Coillte)
  • Croghnakerin, Donegal Town (Coillte)
  • Rosahane, Aughrim (Coillte)
  • Ballinclea, Avoca (Coillte)
  • Devils Bit, Templemore (Coillte)
  • Cureeney, Templederry (Coillte)

Schools

  • Colaiste na Coirbe (Galway VEC)
  • Gaelscoil Bhaile Munna (Coady Partnership)
  • St. Pauls Navan (Coady Partnership)
  • St. Josephs, Rathwire, Coady Partnership)
  • Colaiste Abbain, Adamstown, Co. Wexford (Wexford VEC)
  • St. Josephs NS Dundalk (Coady Partnership)

July 2012 – Butler Gallery

Evans Home on John St in the medieval city of Kilkenny is the site of a new Arts facility to be known as the Butler Gallery. Excavations are revealing some fine medieval remains associated with the priory that once occupied the site.

June 2012 Update

Road realignment schemes were completed for Louth County Council on the N52 Dundalk to Ardee road and the N2 Emyvale to Monaghan road. The N2 works revealed four Fulachta Fia or cooking pits from the Bronze Age and involved the production of a Laser Scan survey of Tirnaneill Chapel. This was a breakaway Presbyterian meeting house constructed and maintained by a small group of dissenters at the time of the Ulster Synod in 1840.The last baptism in the church took place in 1970 after which it fell into disuse.