Interpreting the Moat FieldWorking with various suppliers and the local community, we designed and project managed the installation of a suite of signage and insert paving for a new park in Callan, Co. Kilkenny.
Client: Kilkenny County Council
Archaeology as Attraction StudyWe carried out an extensive review of existing commercially viable archaeology tourism operations. This was done so as to inform the sustainable development of the Blackfriary site in Trim as an excavation-based tourist attraction.
Client: Meath County Council
Skillnet Feasibility StudyInterviewing an illustrative sample of heritage contractors, we ascertained their willingness to use Skillnet, the barriers to training and the solutions to improving the levels of continuous learning.
Client: The Heritage Council
Medieval FestivalsWe have assisted numerous medieval festivals from their inception to later progression into becoming successful events which excite people about the past and bring significant economic benefits to the town. Assistance can come through giving strategic and organisational advice, training, marketing advice and funding strategies.
Client: Various including Youghal Medieval Festival and Loughrea Medieval Festival
Regenerating KellsWe assisted the people of Kells, Co. Meath in their efforts to regenerate their town by running a regeneration seminar, writing the subsequent regeneration report and assisting in obtaining much of the funds necessary to carry out its actions.
Client: Meath County Council and Kells Local Heroes
Muscraí Gaeltacht Heritage PlanOver a nine month period a interdisciplinary team led by R&D developed a strategy document to conserve and promote the heritage and culture of the Muscraí Gaeltacht.
Client: Cork County Council and Acadamh Fódhla
Awards: Winner Irish Planning Awards 2020 (Planning and economic development category)
Highly Commended Irish Landscape Institute Awards 2020 (Landscape theory, policy and management category)