Templemore Town Hall

The project involves the refurbishment of the existing town hall building into a Cultural & Enterprise Centre and Library, together with a new glazed extension, civic plaza and associated site works.  The gross floor area of the proposed building is 490 m2 (5,274 ft2).
Client: Tipperary County Council
Architect & ER: eml Architects
C&S Engineer: PHM Consulting
Services Engineer: Malachy Walsh & Partners
Quantity Surveyor: CuddyQS

Project is currently on site (as of May 2024).

From eml Architects:
The project is the existing 2 storey Protected Structure (former Townhall) that has been proposed to be converted into the Cultural & Enterprise Centre with the Library and Community Room on the ground Floor and Multifunctional Area on the First Floor. This modern space with Enterprise Rooms, 3D Lab and Collaboration space will allow for organizing meetings, lectures or other events requiring flexible and quickly convertible areas.  
Works included proposed conversion, construction of the modern glazed front extension to the Library and upgrade of existing Civic Space around the building.

The outcome will see the historic Town Hall secured as a landmark building, which will in the near future provide excellence in terms of facilities and service to the community in Templemore and environs, a position it held since originally built by public subscription in 1816 as a Market House and up to the dissolution of Templemore Town Council in 2014.

Contract Signing
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