The series is part of SPAB Ireland's 2022 Campaign - 'Sustainability of Vernacular Irish Buildings' and is supported by the Heritage Council under the Heritage Capacity Funding 2022.
This lecture will cover:
The importance of inspections
Getting to know your old building
Identifying and dealing with dampness and general repairs in advance of dealing with eco retrofit,
Frank Keohane is an architectural historian and building surveyor specialising in the conservation of traditional and historical buildings of all shapes and sizes. He is the author of Irish Period Houses - A Conservation Guidance Manual (Dublin Civic Trust, 2016) and The Buildings of Cork: City and County (Yale University Press, 2020).
Tickets / Admission Tickets are £6/€7 per person per lecture for members or £7/€8 per person per lecture for non-members. You may book all four lectures at a discount - £20/€24 - Members or £25/€30 - Non-members
In early 2017 a group of Irish SPAB Scholars and Fellows joined together to form SPAB Ireland. SPAB Ireland is the newest branch of the SPAB, and is an active and friendly community that aims to protect and promote the wonderful national built heritage on the whole island of Ireland. SPAB Ireland has its own committee, which currently consists of 12 members. If you would like to find out more about SPAB Ireland events and activities, or become a volunteer with SPAB Ireland, please join our mailing list to be kept up to date with current opportunities or email firstname.lastname@example.org