Restoration of Cor Castle using Roundtower mortars.
This development has used Roundtower Lime throughout, including the new build part (pink building) which is a cavity wall concrete block building, built using Roundtower NHL 3.5 mortar and renders.
Charles Fort, Kinsale a five bastioned fort completed in 1680 and recently repaired with Roundtower Lime mortars. .
Construction of a new sacristy in sandstone involved carving of stone features to plinth, tracery winsow, blind trefoil window and gable, capping and finials. Roundtower Lime used throughout project. Winner of MBA Award for Excellence in Commercial/Industrial Building.
This shearing/wool shed is a 36 stand shed and is unique because it was never converted to mechanised shearing. Repointed and restorative stonework using Roundtower Limes.
Winner of Master Builders Association award for Excellence in Environemnt and Sustainable Construction. Roundtower Limes used in stone replacement, repointing and lime washing.
New barn built using Roundtower NHL mortars and plasters.
Roundtower NHL 3.5 harling on a new concrete block extension to a coach house. Beautiful finish helping blend the new with the old.
Urbrae Gatehouse – The gatehouse sits at the entrance to the Waite Historic Precinct of Adelaide University. Restored using Rt Limes in repointing.
Elder Hall, Adelaide, South Australia. Winner of Master Builders Association award for Specialist Contractor. Roundtower Limes used in the restoration of stonework, repointing, stone replacement.
Dún na Séad Castle was built in 1215 and has had a long and fascinating history. It fell into a ruined state in the middle of the seventeenth century, however, and remained a ruin until recent works of restoration. Restoration works were carried out using Roundtower Lime mortars.
This new build house was lime pointed using Roundtower limes.
The masonry in this lovely 18th C church tower in Innishannon, Co Cork has been recently consolidated and repointed using Roundtower Limes.