Wexford Court House
Wexford Court House, Wexford Town
The building was originally built as the Tate School between 1864 and 1866 and opened on the 18 March 1867. The existing building is substantial and represents an important element of the mid-nineteenth century architectural legacy of Wexford.
The new building and the refurbishment of the existing building allows the Courts Service to provide appropriate modern facilities for a historic county town while contributing to the ongoing regeneration and evolution of the town. It provides significantly improved and accessible courthouse facilities for all its users.
SCOPE OF WORK
- Rotec Vortex brick and stone cleaning
- Repointing with lime mortar
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