The Jackson Groarke Architectural Advice Centre
Whether you are planning a new build or are simply to extend or renovate your existing home, it is advisable to consult with a professional architect who can provide the vision and experience to take you expertly through your building project.
An architect does a lot more than just provide you with a set of drawings, they will help you set a viable brief and budget, guide you through the planning process, obtain quotes for the work, manage consultants like surveyors and engineers, monitor the budget and administer the construction contract.
The Jackson Groarke Architectural Advice Centre is designed to provide home owners with the advice and inspiration they need to start on their home improvement journey.
As well as having the opportunity to talk directly to qualified and experienced architects, the Advice Centre will include other professional advisors such as quantity surveyors and engineers to answer questions about likely project costs and technical issues such removal of structural walls, dealing with party (neighbours) walls, load bearing etc.
Jackson + Groarke is a ‘Housing First’ design studio with research interests in collaborative design, digital fabrication and architectural conservation. The Director’s broad skill-sets encompass design, finance, construction, digital fabrication, property development, project management, conservation, environmental design, academia, regional development and housing strategic policy.
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Home owners are requested to book their consultations in advance providing the necessary information about their project so that a time slot can be confirmed with a suitably experienced architect, engineer or quantity surveyor.
Notification of successful booking slots will be issued by Friday 14th or within 24 hours of application if requested after 14th. Some additional slots will become available on the day so do call to the stand No. M80, but early booking is highly recommended.
“There is no charge for the consultation, however, visitors will be asked to make a modest donation of €20 to the Dublin Simon Community after their consultation.”