AHI award for GPO Witness History by Stephen Moylan

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The Association for Heritage Interpretation have announced the results of the AHI 2017 Discover Heritage Awards – for excellence in cultural and natural heritage interpretation in Britain and Ireland. 

GPO Witness History was a runner up in the Visitor / Interpretation Centre category.  It was purpose built by Kavanagh Tuite and the museum content was by Mark Leslie of Martello Media, for Ireland’s Decade of Centenaries to celebrate its role as the rebel headquarters during the Easter Rising of 1916, the pivotal event of modern Irish History

The judges were very impressed with the way a very contentious subject was told in a remarkably balanced and respectful manner. The experience was engaging and immersive without being trivialised or sensationalised.

Kavanagh Tuite send their congratulations to Mark Leslie and all who contributed through Martello Media.

Kavanagh Tuite shortlisted for industry award by Stephen Moylan

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WE'VE BEEN SHORTLISTED!
We're delighted to feature in this year's KPMG Independent.ie Property Industry Excellence Awards.

Our work with Doyle Shipping Group has been shortlisted in the "Excellence in Planning" category, and is a testament to all the hard work of our fantastic team.

The award winners will be announced on Thursday, 23rd November at a dinner to be held at The Convention Centre Dublin.

Our Projects: Athlone Advanced Technology Building by Stephen Moylan

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We were delighted to work on this building for IDA Ireland's Emerging Business Division in the Athlone Business & Technology Park. The design of this building promotes high level daylighting, glare control, robust internal finishes, generous heights for additional mezzanines and high quality materials: sheer metal modular cladding and glazing systems set off by judicious use of stone with high value insulation and air tightness.

Envelope, internal layout and site layout were strategically planned for efficiency and expansion. Materials were evaluated according to LEED methodologies and certification. Site design complies with the sustainability agenda. Landscaping is simple and elegant, reliant on native species in its rural surroundings.