Battle of the Boyne visitors Centre, Co. Meath

Co. Meath, Ireland
Stronghold Preservation were contacted to survey the stables and outbuildings, to identify the cause and repair of extensive cracks in the walls of the stables and outbuildings. Roof spread and decayed timber seemed to be the cause. A series of Cintec Anchors were designed and installed by Stronghold Preservation to stitch the cracks and reinstate the structural integrity of the masonry at corners and at abutting walls. Ties were also installed to connect the external walls to new steel columns.

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Stronghold Preservation are approved installers of Cintec anchors in Ireland.

Oldbridge House was built in the 1740's from local stone. Since 2008 it has housed the visitor centre to mark the Battle of the Boyne, upon the battlefield it exists. The house is set amidst stables and a courtyard, in landscaped grounds.