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structures [81 Matches]

 Cork County HallCarrigrohane Road, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 Daintree BuildingPleasant's Place, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 FEXCO HeadquartersKillorglin, Co Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 Ikea DublinSt Margaret's Road, Ballymun, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 Invest Northern Ireland HeadquartersBedford Square, Bedford Street, Belfast, Northern Ireland
 Out of the BlueCo Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 University College Dublin - Belfield - Roebuck CastleBelfield, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 Acha BhileEnnis, Co Clare, Republic of Ireland
 Adare Manor HotelAdare, Co Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 All Weather HouseMullingar, Co Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 Aras Chill DaraDevoy Park, Naas, Co Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 Ark Veterinary ClinicKill Lane, Foxrock, Deansgrange, Co Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 Arklow BankArklow, Co Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 Athy CourthouseAthy, Co Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 Auburn VillageBallymahon, Co Longford, Republic of Ireland
 Baile GlasLombardstown, Co Cork, Republic of Ireland
 Ballybay Wetlands CentreBallybay, Co Monaghan, Republic of Ireland
 Ballymurrin HouseKilbride, Co Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 Belvedere OrphanageTyrellspass, Co Westmeath, Republic of Ireland
 Brandon House Hotel - Solar Croi SpaNew Ross, co Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 BrookLodge & Wells SpaMacreddin, Co Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 CarrigweirTuam, Co Galway, Republic of Ireland
 Castle Espie Wetland Centre78 Ballydrain Road, Comber, Co Down, Northern Ireland
 Castle Gardens Retirement VillageEnniscorthy, Co Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 Cliffs of Moher Visitor CentreCo Clare, Republic of Ireland
 CoillteNewtownmountkennedy, Co Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 Coppinger CourtPope's Quay, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 Cork Civic OfficesAnglesea Street, Cork, Republic of Ireland
 County Council Area Office, Library and Courthouse, KilmallockKilmallock, Co Limerick, Republic of Ireland
 Dundalk Institute of Technology - School of Informatics and Creative ArtsDundalk, Co Louth, Republic of Ireland
 ECO HouseShankill, Co Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 Easton MewsLeixlip, Co Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 EcoBooley CottageCo Tipperary, Republic of Ireland
 Elm Green Nursing HomeCastleknock, Co Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 Ennis CourthouseEnnis, Co Clare, Republic of Ireland
 Environmental Protection Agency - HeadquartersJohnstown Castle Estate, Co Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 Father Collins Public ParkDonaghmede, Co Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 Food Safety CentreCelbridge, Co Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 FriarshillThomastown, Co Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 Gaelscoil an Eiscir RiadaTullamore, Co Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 Glor na dTonnFurbo, Co Galway, Republic of Ireland
 GrahamBallygowan Road, Hillsborough, Co Down, Northern Ireland
 Great Northern HavenBarrack Street, Dundalk, Co Louth, Republic of Ireland
 Green BuildingTemple Bar, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 ImaginositySandyford, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 Kilkenny Collective for Arts Talent (KCAT) Art and Study CentreCallan, Co Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland
 Killeagh GardensKilleagh, Co Cork, Republic of Ireland
 Kilternan Nursing HomeKilternan, Co Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 LighthouseRepublic of Ireland
 Malahide Lawn Tennis and Croquet ClubMalahide, Co Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 Mater Hospital - Mater OrchardNorth Circular Road Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 Mimetic HouseDromahair, Co Leitrim, Republic of Ireland
 Murrough Environmental CentreCo Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 Newbridge SilverwareKildare, Co Kildare, Republic of Ireland
 Offaly Civic OfficesCharleville Road, Tullamore, Co Offaly, Republic of Ireland
 Offices for the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and FoodDrumshanbo, Co Leitrim, Republic of Ireland
 Orchard BuildingStranmillis University College, Belfast, Northern Ireland
 PortsideRosslare, Co Wexford, Republic of Ireland
 Rath OraighRathass, Tralee, Co Kerry, Republic of Ireland
 Riverside OneSir John Rogerson's Quay, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 SAP Global Support CentreGalway, Republic of Ireland
 St Anne's ConventBooterstown Avenue, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 St Mary's Credit UnionNavan, Co Meath, Republic of Ireland
 St Vincent de Paul HousingPrimrose Street, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 TescoTramore, Co Waterford, Republic of Ireland
 The CedarsSwords, Co Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 Tobin HouseCurragh, Co Cork, Republic of Ireland
 University College Cork - Lewis Glucksman GalleryCork, Republic of Ireland
 University College Cork - Environmental Research InstituteCork, Republic of Ireland
 Waterford Institute of Technology - Nurse Education BuildingWaterford, Republic of Ireland
 Westport Woods HotelWestport, Co Mayo, Republic of Ireland
 Wicklow County Council OfficesWicklow Town, Co Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 Portlaoise Locomotive Drivers BuildingIarnrod Eireann Train Car Depot, Portlaoise, Co Laois, Republic of Ireland
 St Joseph's National School, WicklowGlenealy, Co Wicklow, Republic of Ireland
 Hedge HouseRanelagh, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 Cube HausGlanmire, Co Cork, Republic of Ireland
 Anglo-Irish Bank HeadquartersNorth Lotts, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 Grand Canal SquareGrand Canal Square, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 Bord Gais Energy TheatreGrand Canal Square, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 Ballyroan Pastoral CentreOrchard Villas, Marian Road, Ballyroan, Rathfarnham, Dublin 14
 Colaiste Choilm TullamoreO'Moore Street, Tullamore, Co Offaly
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architects [138 Matches]

Scott Tallon Walker
Murray O'Laoire Associates
de Blacam & Meagher
Boyd Barrett Murphy O'Connor
Avery Associates Architects
Cork County Council Architects
McSweeney, Patrick
Shay Cleary Architects
Solearth Architecture
Adrian Joyce Architects
Waddington, Deirdre
OMS Architects
Todd Architects
Heffernan & Associates Architects
Platform Architecture
Kavanagh Tuite Architects
Pain, James
Hardwick, Philip Charles
Michael Healy & Associates
ROEWU Architecture
Arthur Gibney & Partners
O'Mahony Pike Architects
Heneghan Peng Architects
Grace Keeley & Michael Pike
Costello Murray & Beaumont
Fagan Kelly Lysaght Architects
Comerford, Philip
Dunn, Miriam
Gottstein Healy O'Neill Architects
Tom Millar Architect
Martin Noone Architect
Heavey Architects
MCO Architecture
iCON Architecture & Urban Design
Raymond Kelly Architects
McCullough Mulvin Architects
O'Riordan Staehli Architects
Fitzgerald Reddy & Associates
McHugh O Cofaigh
Hussey, Michael
Murray, Helen
Reddy O'Riordan Staehli Architects
Stewart, Duncan
Magee Creedon Architects
ABK Architects
Cole Thompson Anders
Stuart, Jay
Whitehouse, Henry
Dermot & Sean Merry Architects
Henry J Lyons & Partners
Office of Public Works
Abelleyro & Romeo Architects
Loci Design
Mike Hyatt Landscape Architects
Nord Architects
Magahy & Co
Landscape Projects
VHP Stedebouwkundigen & Architekkten
Department of Education & Science - Planning & Building Unit
Building Design Partnership
MCO Projects
Traynor O'Toole Partnership
John O'Keefe & Associates
McGrath, Richard
Ryan O'Brien Handy Associates
Sheppard Robson
O'Dwyer & Associates Architects
Dominic Stevens Architects
Knox & Clayton
Scott Wilson
National Building Agency
Bucholz McEvoy Architects
Gaia Ecotecture
EDEN Architects
Joseph Doyle Architects
O'Donnell & Tuomey
A & D Wejchert & Partners Architects
McMullin Associates
Beckett & Harrington
Iarnrod Eireann Architects
GKMP Architects
Martha Schwartz Partners
McCauley Daye O'Connell Architects Limited
Libeskind, Daniel
McCauley Daye O'Connell Architects
Goulding, John
Henchion & Reuter Architects
Winkens Architecture
Vincent Hannon & Associates
David Smyth Architects
Colin Bell Architects
CMB Design Group
Project Oecotop Building Systems
Box Architecture
Dwyer, David
Fingal County Council
Cooney Architects
McNally, Paul
Sean Harrington Architects
Paul Keogh Architects
Daly, Patrick
John Dorman Architects
Meyer Architects
O'Boyle, Cathal
Stephens, Cathal
Applied Sense Design & Architecture
Rachel Bevan Architects
Woolley, Tom
Moore, Stephen
Fergal McGirl Architects
Carson & Crushell Architects
Imago Architectural Services
Stewart & Sinnott
McGuinness, Simon
Conroy, Bobby
O'Neill Architecture
Solearth Ecological Architecture
Miles Sampson Sustainable Architecture
Wain Morehead Architects
Fitzpatrick & Mays
Joseph Little Architects
OLS Architects
Shane Hanniffy & Associates
McGann Scahill Architects
OA Studios
Donaghy & Dimond Architects
JH Architecture
Will Andrews Design
Loic Dehaye Architects Ltd
Michael J O'Donnell & Associates
O'Connor, CorĂ¡n
Brian Lowe Design
Green Extension Architects
Coady Partnership Architects
Van Dijk Architects
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[Construct Ireland] Construct Ireland campaign set to increase Part L compliance (2012)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Oireachtas Committee hear of need to introduce energy labels on time (2005)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Under rated : why BER compliance problems could be solved by advertising changes (May/June 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Pay as you save : Construct Ireland proposal to energy upgrade the majority of Irish buildings (September / October 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Social capital : vacant social housing scheme targets C1 energy upgrade (July / August 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Cottage upgrade shows that internal insulation can be healthy (September / October 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Ireland comes into the limelight (2005)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] DEAP impact : Ireland's home energy rating sottware to challenge building designers (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Staying power : securing Ireland's energy future with biomass, CHP, district heating and Fingal standard (2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Heated Agrement : does NSAI certification threaten green innovation (July / August 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Greening public procurement : why the state must lead the way with sustainable buying (July / August 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Anti septic : why Ireland's failing treatment systems & septic tanks must be tackled (March / April 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Ghost estates : should Ireland refurbish or deconstruct Ireland's unwanted housing? (July / August 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Unpublished SEAI report : key findings revealed (December 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] High renaissance : the low energy renewal of Ireland's tallest building (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Daintree: Ireland's most sustainable apartment development? (2005)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Eco equity : financial service company invests in Ireland's largest heat pump (2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Sustainability in store : IKEA goes renewables heavy for Ballymun store (November / December 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] North Star : Invest NI buys into sustainability (July / August 2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Ireland's first passive house gets BER assessment (September / October 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Growing up : the potential of Irish forestry to feed into the burgeoning timber frame market can play a valuable role in Ireland's sustainable development (2003)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Clear skies leave Ireland in the shadow (2003)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Ireland's domestic waste water problem (2003)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] The state of water in Ireland (2004)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Directive enquiries : will Ireland comply with the Energy performance of buildings directive? (2004)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Energy labels: can Ireland meet the deadline? (2005)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Wood fuelled heating systems: the correct solution for 21st century Ireland (2005)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] EU Energy Commissioner speaks out on Ireland's energy future (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Radon in groundwater : Wicklow survey shows high levels in water sources (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Energy rating calculation tool comes into force (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Passive potential : the energy and CO2 emission savings through applying the Passive Home Standard in Ireland (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Papered over : energy Green Paper ignores oil and gas peak threat (2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Private joke : why private public partnerships could cost Ireland dearly (2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Home truths : Ireland drags behind UK in CO2 limits for new homes (September / October 2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Thinking caps : why the government may introduce carbon shares to reduce Ireland's emissions (November / December 2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Nervous energy: will Ireland miss existing house energy rating deadline (May/June 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Passive attack: Carlow houses show how to beat the passive standard (July / August 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Sustainability or bust: how Ireland might avoid bankruptcy with energy innovation (November / December 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] A1 of a kind: Cabinteely apartments become first to achieve top energy rating (November / December 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] About the haus: ecological German passive house arrives in Ireland (September/October 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Measured efforts: how SEI's pilot energy refurb initative is shaping up (September/October 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Insulating Ireland : how energy service companies & utilities can stimulate en masse energy upgrade (January / February 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Deconstruct Ireland: the need to design for deconstruction (January / February 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] SEI introduce passive house upgrade guidelines (March / April 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Steep decline : planning for a future of economic contraction (July / August 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Passivhaus or passive solar house? : a passive solar house concept designed for Ireland (July / August 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Breaking the mould : part three (July / August 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] 21st century fox : detached home gets passive house makeover in Foxrock (September / October 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Easca profile : Heffernan & Associates (September / October 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Village green : Ireland's first eco village starts to take shape (January / February 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Are you being served? : the lessons learnt from North Tipperary's home energy upgrade scheme (November / December 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Search for a store : why effective storage is key to greening Ireland's electricity (November / December 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Ireland's most airtight house? (July / August 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Rosslare passive house scheme pitched to Irish buyers (January / February 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Heavy electricity : is the BER system unfair to heat pumps as grid power gets cleaner? (January / February 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Oil leak : why the accepted data on oil reserves may be grossly overestimated (April / May 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Why cutting oil dependency is key to Ireland's recovery (April / May 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Clonakilty eco house built with Irish paper & timber (April / May 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] EnerPHit : the passive house approach to deep retrofit (August / September 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Cloughjordan eco house achieves 70% energy reduction (2012)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] All new build & retrofits must be carbon neutral (August / September 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] The rise of the passive house (August / September 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Taking stock : a check up on the conditions of Irish housing (December 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Grants collapse threatens retrofit sector (2012)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Passive reaches new heights at award winning UCD student halls (August / September 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] True to form : low energy ICF housing development in Clare (2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Conservation in practice (2003)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] All Weather House, Mullingar (July / August 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Civic pride : balancing sustainablility and stunning design at Aras Chill Dara (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Passivhaus office and apartments for rent (May / June 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Passive mixed development, Foxrock (March / April 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Arklow Banks (2003)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Heritage in safe hands (2003)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Out of the woods (2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Green town : integrating social and environmental sustainability (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Walking on water : Monaghan wetlands centre adds to local environment (March / April 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Ballymurrin House (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Renewed efforts : wood pellet district heating and low energy refurb in Westmeath (November / December 2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Squaring the circle : eco spa building combines timber, natural materials, renewables and low energy design (November / December 2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Eco lodgings : biomass and geothermal check in at the Brook Lodge Hotel (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Early developer : Coffey Construction go low energy en masse (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] World class : ecological design at Down wetlands centre (November / December 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Modern age : low energy build with heat pumps at Wexford retirement village (September / October 2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Cutting edge : eco technology in Cliffs of Moher underground centre (2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Out of the woods (2005)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Courting sustainability (2005)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Municipal bond: setting a sustainable example at Cork Civic Offices (2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Limerick civic precinct delivers thoroughly sustainable result (November / December 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Paragon of sustainability rises from ashes of a cigarette factory (January / February 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Case study: the ECO House (2005)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Out of the ordinary : deceptively innovative A-rated housing at standard costs (September / October 2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] 'Booley' for you (2004)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] All systems go : nursing home innovates by combining sustainable heating systems (March / April 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Ennis Courthouse (2004)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] EPA HQ : extension enhances local environment (March / April 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Park life : North Dublin amenity sets green standard for park design (July / August 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Acquired taste: Food Safety Centre blends astute design with quiet sustainability (January / February 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Winning combination: Kilkenny development combines range of technologies for low energy result (2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Work of DART: sustainable school design strategy delivers award winning low energy results (2005)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] A class apart : low energy solar apartments at Galway Bay (2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Graham Group's green HQ, County Down (July / August 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Dundalk green housing adapts with its occupants (May / June 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Back to the future : 13 year old eco building puts new build to shame (2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Child's play : South Dublin children's museum puts sustainable building on exhibit (2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Creating community: self-sufficiency and sustainability at the Kilkenny Collective for Arts Talent (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Case study : 200 house low energy low CO2 development at Killeagh, Co Cork (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Rest assured : low energy and high comfort at Kilternan Nursing Home (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Neutral ground : Irish built house shows how to achieve carbon neutrality (July / August 2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Malahide tennis club : serves a low energy extension (November / December 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Mind over Mater: hospital community building goes low energy at low cost (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Slanted and enchanted (September / October 2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] A way forward for waste? (2003)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Silver lining : Newbridge Silverware chooses a low carbon future (2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Setting a sustainable example : Aras an Chontae, Tullamore (2004)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Creature comforts : Drumshanbo veterinary office merges architecture and environment (September / October 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Making the grade: Belfast college building reveals attention to eco detail (July / August 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Super powers : highly energy efficient Wexford homes exploit Super E know-how (July / August 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Local housing, global benefit (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Law firm moves into low energy Docklands building (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] A breath of fresh air : naturally ventilated call centre combines sustainability with striking aesthetic (November / December 2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Heaven sent : redeveloped convent blends eco restoration with low energy new build (May / June 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Navan Credit Union: redefining the boundaries of sustainable building (2005)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Gimme shelter : new St Vincent de Paul eco housing thrives in tight space (November / December 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Green grocers : Tramore Tesco store built to passive house standard and beyond (March / April 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] A place in the sun (September / October 2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] ECO building case study: the Tobin House, Curragh, Co Cork. (2005)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] State of the art (2004)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] College green : case study UCC Environmental Research Institute (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] UCC Environmental Research Institute : civil / structural engineering account (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Intensive care : award winning sustainable design at the Nurses Education Building, Waterford (November / December 2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Green rooms : inspiring eco overhaul at Westport Woods Hotel (September / October 2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] About face : new facade forefront of low carbon office renewal (July / August 2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Train drivers building gets sustainability on track (August / September 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Passive retrofit : St Joseph's National School, Glenealy, Co Wicklow (August / September 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Thoughtful design earns A-rating for new south Dublin home (December 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Design-led timber frame house, Co Cork (2012)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Central Bank pay double for Anglo site, green regenerative proposal shunned (2012)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Grand Canal Square theatre and offices, Dublin Docklands (September / October 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Grand Canal Square theatre and offices, Dublin Docklands : Byrne Wallace fit-out, No 2 Grand Canal Square (September / October 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] A breath of fresh air (2003)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Safety on site (2003)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Window to the past (2003)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] High art in plaster (2003)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] The sun in action : the sustainable energy revolution of the 21st century (2003)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] CSCS ( Construction Skills Certification Scheme ) (2003)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Irish forestry investment (2003)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Sustainable tram system proposed for Sligo (2003)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] West Cork housing association develop sustainable social housing (2003)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] From Rio to here (2003)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Health in the home (2003)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] A local authority with a global conscience (2003)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Timber frame proves that money grows on trees (2003)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Making the polluter pay : landfills and disamenity costs (2003)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Geothermal heat pumps : the answer under our feet? (2003)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Access all areas (2004)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Why knott timber frame (2004)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] SuDS : a sustainable approach for drainage (2004)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Greater Dublin Strategic Drainage Study (2004)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] The 'eco house' : bringing sustainability to the mainstream (2004)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Fire safety and heritage buildings (2004)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Geothermal heating : a guide to design, supply and installation (2004)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Energy performance of buildings directive (2004)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Eco home development in Cork proves consumer demand (2004)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] SEA change : the impact of strategic environmental assessment on Irish planning (2004)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Telling it like it is (2004)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] New build vs old build ( Built to last ) (2004)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] The twins crises : greenhouse emissions and the oil peak (2004)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Precious stone (2004)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] A sustainable one-off house? (2005)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Energy & Irish households (2005)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Caveat emptor 'buyer beware' (2005)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Waste water and one off housing : are you at risk? (2005)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] How Barcelona's solar law could be repeated in Cork City (2005)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Renewable energy grants: what are the Government doing for renewables in buildings? (2005)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] How to passively ventilate, cool, heat and light deep plan buildings (2005)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Lime-hemp: a potential solution to a concrete problem? (2005)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Fingal commits to sustainable building (2005)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Smart growth: planning that reduces car dependency and fosters community spirit (2005)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] The challenge of sustainable construction (2005)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Sustainable cement: the eco friendly, durable, low energy alternative to OPC (2005)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] How will we heat our homes when gas gets scarce? (2005)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Passive resistance: world's first standardized and factory made (2005)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Terra Firma (2005)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Interior motives (2005)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Gridlock: the case for domestic production of electricity from renewable sources (2005)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Tax incentives (2005)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] In the pipe line: bringing in standards for Irish plumbing and heating (2005)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Sustainable sewage: a low energy, low water approach to wastewater treatment (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Dead heat: lack of building control and poor standards undermine energy efficiency (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] The active solar house (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Energy Performance of Buildings Directive : will Irish methodology cause rating chaos? (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Renewable energy grants: is the Greener Homes Scheme the right approach? (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] New power generation : the need for combined heat and power and energy service companies (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Hidden depths : Galway eco house with a deceptively conventional appearance (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Lime hemp : mainstreaming bio composite construction (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] The self-sufficient site : the need for onsite water supply and wastewater treatment (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] EASCA launched at green building event (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Fingal County Council becomes first Irish local authority to call for use of eco cements (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Low energy, low impact, high profit (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Anti social housing : why are sustainable homes denied to those most in need (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Renewables in residence : Mayo estate combines timber frame, solar and heat pump (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Force of nature : the need for natural building (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Fingal consolidate renewables and low energy drive and Wicklow join in (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Construction stops as water runs out (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Saving plan : why building to the Fingal sustainable standard won't cost an extra cent (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Minimising development risk in a volatile property market (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] From policy to practice : building cost effectively to the Fingal low energy standard (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Group effort : energy efficiency, cost reductions and integrating renewables with district heating (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] A lesson in energy efficiency : generic school design shows the way to low energy results (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Planning for the future : the role of planning authorities in facilitating energy efficiency and renewables in housing (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Dead cert : is certification confusion preventing innovative construction? (2006)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Pre form precision : Waterford house with pre engineered energy efficiency (2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] In defence of height (2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] How low can we go? The need for zero heating homes (2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Pipe lines : the anatomy of district heating revealed (2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Safe as houses : exposing myths about house prices and the costs of energy efficiency (2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] DEAP heat : how heating options affects energy ratings (2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Micro renewables get planning green light (2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Geo dynamics : how sustainable are heat pumps? (2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Heat of the moment : sustainable heating technologies explained (2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Apartments for life (2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Murky water : is confusion over wastewater certification putting consumers and the environment at risk? (2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Laughing stock : is most Irish housing worse than a 'G' energy rating? (2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Occupied territory : how occupants determine if a building is truly low energy (2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Mixed signals : cutting edge low energy design at mixed use Galway development (2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Inner space : sustainable and spatial innovations renew Liberties terrace house (2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Bubble rap : insulating the economy against house price collapse (July / August 2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Energy renovation options (July / August 2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Green power : Ministers Gormley and Ryan's vision of a sustainable future (July / August 2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Sustainability sells (July / August 2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Economy of scale (July / August 2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Solearth accepted as lates EASCA member (July / August 2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Exemplary eco district planned for West Dublin (September / October 2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Dublin City Council proposes B1 energy rating for all new homes (September / October 2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] The lay of the land : oil peak and the end of the property boom requires everything to be reassessed (September / October 2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Reclaiming the vernacular (September / October 2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Conscientious objection : solicitor's office combines natural ventilation, biomass, and design for health (September / October 2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Taking part : why the construction industry must embrace the new Part L energy standards (November / December 2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Green gains : higher density and lower development levies through eco building (November / December 2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Green loans : why grants should be replaced with energy rating-based home loans (November / December 2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Ecology of scale : world-class eco district planned for South Dublin (November / December 2007)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Part L revealed: examining the key changes in Ireland's new energy standard (2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Flight of the phoenix: passive house centre rises from the ashes of conventional office (2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Wright on: late 1950s Frank Lloyd Wright design realised in Wicklow (2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Sociable housing: Galway social housing given major energy upgrade (2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] 21st century Victorian: Antrim house combines traditional look with eco cutting edge (March / April 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Move on up: low energy upgrade options in two Dublin homes (March / April 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Vorsprung durch Oeko-technik: German eco house combines breathability and stunning airtightness (March / April 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Environmental authority: Clare County Council shows the way with new sustainable offices (March / April 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] High & mighty: A3 rated social housing in the Wicklow hills (March / April 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Full circuit: why Ireland's electricity market must balance local and global transmission (May/June 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Box of tricks: Wicklow bungalow gets low carbon modernist extension (May/June 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Force of habit: Limerick convent keeps the faith in green design (May/June 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Passive aggressive: the emergence of the passive house in Ireland (May/June 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Renewed concerns: industry discontent on renewables installer training (May/June 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Modern art: Killiney homes connect modernism with sustainability (July / August 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Social climber: Fingal council housing pushes up energy standards (July / August 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Past perfect: Dublin eco renovation goes from G to B1 energy rating (November / December 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Moate point: Westmeath scheme proves district heating & low energy use can go together (November / December 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Static electricity: will Irish smart metering system flatter to deceive? (November / December 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Running out of gas: why Ireland is unprepared for the impact of gas peak (September/October 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Southern comfort: timber eco home fuses south facing with South Dublin (September/October 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Natural selection: solid timber house shows sustainable potential of wood (September/October 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Hooray for Hollywood: passive principles and eco design inspire west Wicklow home (September/October 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Central line: Sligo developer chooses bespoke centralised biomass heating system (September/October 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Incentive innovation: Government grants aim to stimulate A2-rated housing (September/October 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Dream factory: prefabricated Galway home combines natural materials, air-tight design & renewable heating (January / February 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Restoring order: 19th century ruin renovated with passive house aims (January / February 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Hollow victory: ecological renovation moves F-rated hollow block house up to A3 (January / February 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Taking control: the critical role of heating controls in achieving energy efficiency (January / February 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Shifting ground : why changing land use is key to cutting greenhouse emissions (January / February 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Energy plan targets efficiency measures and green public procurement (May / June 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Galway showhouse demonstrates economics of energy efficiency (May / June 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Home and dry (May / June 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Forward pass : Louth home mixes wind, solar & green materials with passive ambitions (May / June 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Public good : Dublin social housing scheme redeveloped with solar, green materials and sustainable design (May / June 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Breaking the mould : part two : an analysis of single-leaf insulation upgrades (May / June 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Harp attack : is renewable heating industry being let down by SEI's register? (May / June 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] For peat's sake : Bord na Mona raise the bar in green energy drive (March / April 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Saving grace : making a success of the home energy saving scheme (March / April 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] End result : green refurb & extension revives end-of-terrace house (March / April 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Breaking the mould : a study of condensation in single-leaf concrete wall upgrades (March / April 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Solvent green : why sustainable building is defying the downturn (March / April 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Born again bungalow : Mayo SIP house brings single-storey form into 21st century (July / August 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] On the plus side : Mullingar energy plus house to generate more energy than it consumes (September / October 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Extending credit : protected cottage gets ultra-green extension (September / October 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Does old mean cold? : balancing conservation and energy conservation in historic buildings (September / October 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] A room with a view : Sligo Bay eco house innovates in an exposed location (January / February 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Solid as a rock : low energy refurb and extension of Blackrock terrace house (January / February 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Pushing the envelope : Louth dormer overhauled with external insulation and new roof (January / February 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Power to the people : ESB scheme delivers energy upgrades for 2900 pensioners (January / February 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Clearing the air : how do demand control ventilation and HRV compare? (January / February 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Breaking the mould : part 4 : condensation risk analysis - the standards & the issues (January / February 2010)Journal Article
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[Construct Ireland] Split level timber frame house, Cork city (March / April 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Coastal cottage reborn as zero energy home (March / April 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] G rated Limerick semi-d upgraded to A3 (March / April 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Hemp lime : extension & renovation to Sligo estate house (March / April 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Breaking the mould : part 5 : comparative simulations of internal insulation systems (March / April 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Easca profile : Celtis Construction (March / April 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Hempcrete retreat : ecological innovation at Down hemp lime house (November / December 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Critical mass : the effect of thermal mass on space heating (November / December 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Athenry eco house built to passive standard (May / June 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Closed-panel timber frame home, Wicklow (May / June 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Slane barn converted to low energy home (May / June 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] External insulation examination : why insulation upgrades should be taken outside (May / June 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] External wool & triple-glazing at Donaghmede semi-d (May / June 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Cork semi-d with heating pipes embedded in insulation (May / June 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Two house facelift in Beaumont, Dublin (May / June 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Architect-designed Kerry bungalow upgrade (May / June 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Whole envelope upgrade to Crumlin hollow block house (May / June 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Sandyford system goes up brick slip by brick slip (May / June 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Greenov : helping SMEs to win green retrofit work (May / June 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Naturally insulated : Wicklow house sets airtightness standard (November / December 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Limerick farmhouse reborn (November / December 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Retrofitting our attitude to energy upgrade finance (November / December 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Log house renovation, Co Meath (July / August 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Living in houses : without heating systems (January / February 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Ballymun SIP build aims to beat passive house standard (January / February 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] A-rated Cork eco-home well worth the wait (January / February 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Low enerfy upgrade and extension for Stillorgan semi-d (January / February 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] 'The oil days are over': Duncan Stewart demands an energy revolution (April / May 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Zero waste extension, County Limerick (April / May 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Carlow bungalow upgraded to an A1 BER (April / May 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Thermal bridging : understanding its critical role in energy efficiency (April / May 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Part L changes : energy saving regulations for new homes revealed (June / July 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Eamon Ryan's ecological home upgrade (June / July 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Stillorgan Camphill semi-d gets green upgrade (June / July 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Carrigaline passive house raises bar for eco design (June / July 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Clonakilty plans for energy independence by 2020 (June / July 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Modernist mountain house does passive with style (August / September 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Passive retrofit : 1960s Monkstown semi-d eco upgrade & extension (August / September 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Passive retrofit : upgrading a nine year old house, Co Wexford (August / September 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Passive retrofit : dormer bungalow refurb, Rathdrum, Co Wicklow (August / September 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Bungalow refurb & extension, Birr, Co Offaly (August / September 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Passive new build : tight site, tight budget : passive house, Co Dublin (August / September 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Passive new build : wide cavity wall farmstead, Co Carlow (August / September 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Passive new build : certified detached house, Oranmore, Co Galway (August / September 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Passive new build : architect's own passive house, Westport, Co Mayo (August / September 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Passive new build : Hemp house, Abbeyshrule, Co Longford (August / September 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Passive new build : timber frame self-build, Delgany, Co Wicklow (August / September 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Passive new build : externally insulated timber frame dwelling, Enniskerry, Co Wicklow (August / September 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Passive new build : timber frame house with compact heating system, Farranfore, Co Kerry (August / September 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Passive new build : a passive house to grow old in, Co Kildare (August / September 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Passive new build : bungalow on tight site, Mount Merrion, Co Dublin (August / September 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] How to build healthy (December 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Stick-built timber house, Co Mayo (December 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Eco upgrade treads lightly on historic Dublin home (December 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Revamped 1970s timber house, Co Wicklow (December 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Renovated semi-d with clay block extension (December 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Celtic Tiger bungalow reborn, Co Sligo (December 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Should radon testing be a mandatory part of thermal retrofit? (December 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Part L : why ultra low energy buildings need special treatment (2012)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Galway build shows cavity wall has a future (2012)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Near-passive hillside house, Co Wexford (2012)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] The timber house, Cloughjordan eco-village (2012)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Apartment & doctor's surgery, Waterford (2012)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Is the government serious about green public procurement? (2012)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Victorian home given new life with sensitive energy upgrade (2012)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] A-rated 1870s gate lodge with external insulation, Co Dublin (2012)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] New build: patchwork passive house sewn into Cork landscape (2012)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] New build: simple design wins out in Co Clare (2012)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] New build: stick-built island cottage, Co Galway (2012)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Part L uncovered : extent of compliance with 40% energy reduction targets revealed (2012)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Retrofit : 19th century council house gets zero carbon upgrade (2012)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Retrofit: EnerPhit upgrade and extension, south Dublin (2012)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Insulation-wrapped concrete home heads for zero carbon (September / October 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Rathdrum passive refurb (September / October 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Top tips for domestic retrofit : walls, roofs and air (September / October 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Botched Fingal upgrade risks couple's health (September / October 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Lost property : sorting out vacant buildings and fixing the property market (September / October 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Ballyroan Pastoral Centre, Dublin (December 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] New build: flagship eco school raises bar for school building programme (2012)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Heritage and development: moving away from either/or (2005)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Seal of approval: making buildings airtight and recovering escaping heat (2005)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Generation S: sustainable generation to change the face of Irish construction (2005)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Smart move: why the government must get smart metering right (2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Venting options: why ventilation requirements of buildings regulations must be overhauled (March / April 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Local hero: Louth Area offices with low environmental impact (May/June 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Bio logic: protecting occupant health with building biology (May/June 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Pass judgement: are energy ratings letting down passive houses? (July / August 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] In transit: transition movement inspires dramatic carbon cuts in house refurb (July / August 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Mixing it up: designing out carbon made easy (July / August 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Alive and well: bringing nature back into building design (November / December 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Industrial revolution: deep green factory and office building in Wicklow (November / December 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Good form: how orientation, form & layout affect energy performance (November / December 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Air-tight case: how & why to achieve excellence in air-tightedness (September/October 2008)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Peak coal : why the days of the world's dirtiest fossil fuel are numbered (May / June 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Solar enhanced ventilation : an option for upgrades (June / July 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Climate control : why Copenhagen talks are unlikely to prevent climate change crisis (September / October 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Peak timing : International Energy Agency leak masks peak in global oil supply (January / February 2010)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Methane & climate change : could carbon dioxide focus miss global warming by stealth (November / December 2009)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] International selection : UCD architecture second year students (April / May 2011)Journal Article
[Construct Ireland] Health or hocus pocus? (December 2011)Journal Article
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