Our proficiency in Building Information Modelling (BIM) is of high excellence. We promote the use of coordinated BIM processes on new projects when applicable and have seen significant benefits within completed projects and projects in progress.
Examples of projects currently using BIM include:
Grangegorman Student Residences
Doyle Shipping Group Dublin Offices
At Kavanagh Tuite we emphasis that the process of 'green design' is the basis of all good architectural design, not an optional add-on. Achieving it requires committed integration of the whole design team from the very beginning, but it has to be architect-led from the position of informed professional knowledge, commitment and responsibility.
Examples of such sustainable projects include:
Roebuck Hall student Residence which was the first building to Passivhaus standard to be built to this scale in Ireland.
We are an RIAI accredited Conservation Practice (Grade 2), qualified to work on Protected Structures of regional as well as local importance.
We are continuously involved in renovation, adaptive re-use and enlargement of a range of historic buildings including:
Merville House, Belfield for UCD,
The GPO, Dublin,
Celbridge 19th Century workhouse and a number of important Victorian and Edwardian houses.