Conservation Projects

Mid West Lime have a large and varied portfolio of successful  refurbishments, conversions, and conservation projects which can be seen throughout the Mid West Region. Our wide range of projects is testament to our ability to work with both simple and complex projects thanks to the skill and know-how of our in-house and outside staff.

One Stop Shop for all trades required for the conservation project including the restoration of historic buildings.

Cloneyhurke House extension with limecrete floors and lime plastering

Extension to Historic Country House

Cloneyhurke House is a two storey over basement country house built in the late 1700s. Mid West Lime were engaged to construct a  living dining area to the rear of the house and carry out re-roofing, insulation, new sliding sash windows, stone front entrance rebuild and addition and plaster repairs externally and internally. Country House …

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The Countess Dunraven Fountain, Adare, Limerick after stone restoration and new lime pointing front view

Restoration of Fountain in Limerick

Refurbishment / Restoration of Fountain: The Countess Dunraven Fountain in Adare Co. Limerick   The Countess Dunraven Fountain restoration proved to be a most challenging project. The location of the site within the centre of Adare village brought with it certain restrictions which had to be overcome. The works were completed by our team without …

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The Hanging Gardens

The Hanging Gardens

Mid West Lime Ltd were engaged by JJ Rattigan & Co to carry out conservation works at the Gardens International Site on Henry Street, Limerick. This is an early 19th century building known as Roches Hanging Garden and its’ adjoining building known as the Mercantile Building which was the former General Post Office. The idea …

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Strokestown Park House - stone wall repair

Mausoleum Stabilisation works at 17th Century Church, Strokestown Park House, Strokestown, Roscommon

Mid West Lime were PSCS on this challenging project of Mausoleum Stabilisation works. A section of the external wall of a brick and stone-built mausoleum had suffered extensive movement as a result of major vegetation and a sycamore tree growing on the vaulted roof structure. The tree had been cut and the roots injected some …

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