Waterford City Courthouse / Conservation Architecture


Michael O'Boyle was the lead Grade 1 conservation architect for the refurbishment and conservation of the historic Waterford City Courthouse, which was completed in early-2018. The project involved full re-roofing of the courthouse building and portico, stone repairs, the creation of a central entrance hall and the introduction of four fully-serviced courtrooms into the historic wings. The works were carried out in close consultation with the OPW (Office of Public Works).