Oldstone Conservation was formed by in 2010 with the aim of providing a professional contracting service in the field of conservation and restoration.
Since its formation the Company has steadily grown and developed into a leading specialist contractor trusted to work on landmark buildings such as Leinster House, the General Post Office, Kilmainham Gaol, Belgard Castle as well as other historic buildings in Trinity College, Merrion Square and Henrietta Street.
We’re a small to medium sized business, which means there’s always a key player in our company involved with your project. It also means that we’re flexible enough to adapt to meet your needs. Despite our size we’re very well organised, and with the help of our multi-disciplined management team we can effectively manage projects both small and large as a main or specialist contractor.
We directly employ a range of specialists including stonemasons, bricklayers, lime renderers, facade cleaners & skilled conservation operatives. We take pride in our skilled and loyal staff, all of whom are highly experienced and enhance their knowledge on traditional building skills and techniques with every project completed..
Whilst we have grown in recent years we like to think we have managed to retain a warm and professional working environment, both for our clients and our employees.
Meet the Team
Responsible for the overall management of the business with over 30 years experience. Jimmy has overseen conservation works on numerous historic buildings such as Leinster House, the GPO and Kilmainham Courthouse. A civil engineering graduate from Trinity College Dublin with a postgraduate diploma in Business & IT, Jimmy continues to enhance his expertise & experience in conservation works through the attendance of lectures, courses and workshops.
Responsible for financial & administrative control with a wealth of management experience. Prior to Oldstone, Majella worked within a number of high profile utility and private companies. She has a degree in Management & Information Systems and uses this knowledge to continually improve the way we operate and do business.
Kieran fulfills the role of contracts manager. He has over 30 years experience with 10 years specialising on masonry conservation works. During his time with Oldstone he has steadily gained experience and knowledge seeing him progress from working on site to managing contracts. He is a hugely valued member of the team having actively managed projects such as Leinster House, 14 Henrietta Street and Kilmainham Courthouse.
Declan Duffy is a Quantity Surveyor with significant construction experience. Having previously worked in different roles with companies such as Walls Construction, Cramptons and Healystone Declan completed his degree in Quantity Surveying in Carlow IT before joining Oldstone Conservation in 2015. Declan has since overseen main projects on St Anne's Park, 69 Dame Street, 106 Baggot Street as well as specialist conservation projects notably Leinster House and 14 Henrietta Street (Tenemant Museum). Declan has an ability to form close working relationships with Clients as well as team members making him a valuable asset to the company.
Denis has responsibility for Environmental Health & Safety as well as acting as Contracts Manager. He joined Oldstone in 2016 with over 20 years experience behind him having previously worked as Civil Operations Manager with Irish Lights. Denis has completed a Higher Diploma in Health Safety & Welfare at Work, a Professional Certificate In Environmental Management as well as numerous other safety training courses. His experience and his work approach is a valuable fit for Oldstone allowing us to offer the full range of Main Contract and Specialist services.
Dave Hutchinson is a site manager with Oldstone with over 20 years experience in the construction industry. Dave joined Oldstone in 2014 having completed a full time course in the Conservation of Masonry (FETAC 5) and, since then, has overseen a number of prestigious conservation projects most notably the facade conservation works to the GPO Eastern Courtyard. Other major projects include the refurbishment of 101 Baggot Street and 69 Dame Street and is currently managing the refurbishment of a large residential house in south county Dublin.