Post Graduate Diploma in Applied Building Repair & Conservation (TCD)
BA (Hons) History of Art & Architecture
HND Landscape Architecture
Dip. Design (DIT)
Cora is senior conservation consultant with Carrig and has been with the company since 2007. She is a qualified art historian and designer who is conversant with the language and development of architecture and landscape design.
She applies all aspects of her knowledge to her work from surveying structures, writing conservation and specification reports, conservation plans and has successfully produced planning applications to support a variety of commercial, residential and recreational developments. In particular, she enjoys working in the area of landscape design and development in heritage areas, advising clients on materials and solutions for landscape development within the curtilage of protected structures. Her measured drawings and 3-D visuals provide answers and a means to resolving challenges as they arise through projects.
In her time with Carrig she has worked on a wide variety of projects such as the repair and conservation of St Mel’s Cathedral, Dublin City Walls, Cashel City Walls, Carrick-on-Suir Town Walls, Bishop’s Palace Waterford, Abbey Presbyterian Church, Limerick IT, James Hardiman Building [NUIG], St Mary’s Church [Kilkenny] and Warrenmount House [Dublin]. She manages the drawing requirements for the office and has the technical knowledge and experience to work with photogrammetry.
Cora is an active member of ICOMOS Ireland and sits on the National Scientific Committee for Cultural Landscapes.