1999 – Bookend Building, Essex Quay, Dublin
The Bookend Building is sited at the end of Essex Quay looking westwards towards the Wood Quay City Council Offices and over a small public space.
2008 – Bord Gáis Above Ground Installation, Dublin
The installation is a gas pressure reducing station which transforms the national network distribution pressure of 19 Bar to the area network distribution pressure of 4 Bar.
2008 – Spencer Dock PWC, North Wall Quay, Dublin
The building is planned on a north south axis, comprising a seven storey north block and an eight storey south block.
1907 – South Hailing Station, Britain Quay, Dublin
Smaller but similar to other towers near Alexandra Basin in the north docks, this little structure stood on the corner of the main Liffey waterway and the entrance to Grand Canal Docks.
1816 – No.8 Burgh Quay, Dublin
One of the original shopfronts built on the quays by the Wide Streets Commisioners. There are a few similar examples on Burgh Quay flanking the former Corn Exchange building.
1905 – Sheehan Memorial, Burgh Quay, Dublin
A memorial to a member of the Dublin Metropolitan Police who died near here while on duty.
2003 – Georges Quay Offices, Dublin
Built in two stages, the developers Cosgrave Brothers acquired the remainder of the George’s Quay site in 1997 and took a decision in 1999 to complete the remaining two buildings.
1782 – No. 9 Merchants Quay, Dublin
Recently restored by the Historic Heart of Dublin, No.9 Merchants Quay has some interesting original features including plasterwork, an iron balustrading on the stairs and some fine fireplaces.