ClearyDoyle is delighted to announce that our Jameson Heights project in Kilmacanogue, Co Wicklow, for Wicklow County Council has been shortlisted for a Towards Net Zero 2022 award.
Jameson Heights is one of 13 projects across six categories that now go forward to the Towards Net Zero Awards final, with the winners being announced at an awards ceremony in the RDS Concert Hall on Friday, 18 November 2022.
Towards NetZero Awards
The Towards NetZero Ireland Awards were devised to help drive the net-zero concept and to acknowledge and support those showing leadership in the net-zero arena during this transitionary stage. The scale of the net zero challenge is undeniably daunting, but the number and quality of the submissions entered for the awards demonstrate that the construction sector in Ireland is 100% committed to the net-zero objective.
Designed by Deaton Lysaght, all 20 houses in Jameson Heights were built to an A-BER standard, with an overall u-value of 1.6W/m²K. The A rating was achieved without recourse to any major cost being expended on renewable technologies, save for thermal heat pumps and PV panels.
Cleary Doyle’s success with the scheme shows that it is possible to build energy-efficient and low-energy housing without a radical approach to construction or an over-reliance on renewable technologies.
The project team on Jameson Heights also included Civil/Structural Engineer Waterman Moylan; QS, Tom McNamara & Partners; and Building Services Engineer Homan O’Brien.
Client: Wicklow County Council
Architect/Assigned Certifier: Deaton Lysaght
Civil/Structural Engineer: Waterman Moylan
Quantity Surveyor: Tom McNamara & Partners
Building Services Engineer: Homan O’Brien