Bank of Ireland has secured permission for the €36 million restoration of its 220-year-old College Green building, one of Dublin’s most important historic structures. The five-year project, the single largest investment in the building since its construction, will involve the repair and upgrading of 280 windows, 45 staircases and 20km of electrical cabling. Work will also be undertaken on the building’s 54 roofs, 80 roof lights and a combined 2.5km of roof walkways. Read the full story here.
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