Kilmore Parish Centre

Client:
Kilmore Parish
Project Description:
Construction of a New Parish Centre.
Design Team:
Architect – Kevin McClelland Architects Ltd
Structural – MCR Consulting Engineers
M&E Designer – ISD
Project Team:

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The project involved the construction of a new Parish Hall, meeting rooms, kitchen and toilet areas on the grounds of the existing Parish of Kilmore Catholic Church.

The building itself comprises of a steel frame structure with a mixture of self coloured rendered block work and a natural stone panels. The main roof of the hall is constructed using traditional cut roof construction and weathered with natural Mexican Slates and also features 3 large roof windows which can be opened /closed electronically from the main hall. The lower level roof comprises of timber joists and plywood covered with a zinc cladding and incorporates zinc guttering and down spouts. Windows were aluminium framed and double glazed.