Philip T. Brady Architects is a multi-disciplinary practice that provides architectural and planning services in the north-eastern region serving mainly the counties of Cavan, Monaghan, Longford, Westmeath, Meath and Leitrim. We are also involved with projects in Dublin, Donegal and Louth.
Since 1984 we have developed extensive experience in education, housing, community, church conservation and public sector projects.
Our school buildings include works in the primary, secondary and third levels across new build, extension and refurbishment.
Residential work is geared towards bespoke design solutions for new houses and alterations and extensions to existing properties in urban and rural settings.
We are registered architects and both Philip Brady and Deirdre Meagher, Principals in the Practice, are Fellows of the RIAI. As Conservation Grade 3 accredited Practice we can provide design services and advice on the conservation and preservation of Protected Structures.
We aim to provide a full and competitive design services for all clients.
The Practice aims to design buildings in a modern, environmentally sensitive and sustainable manner taking into account the context, setting and impact of the building on the environment.
With Government setting of ambitious targets to get all new and existing buildings to be carbon neutral when built or to be retrofitted we endeavour to use sustainable materials and renewable technologies to achieve this in our buildings.
We are long-term supporters of Simon Communities and provide advice every year for their Simon Open Door campaign to raise funds in partnership with the RIAI.
We are involved with Junior Achievement Ireland who run the Power of Design programme. The programme aims to raise the awareness of the roll of design in our everyday lives and introduces students to the use of design as a tool of make positive changes for all people.
We are also involved with Cavan Communities for Climate Action, which aims to increase awareness of the need for a change in lifestyle for all by encouraging people to think about the environment around them and how they can decrease negative impact on it and by championing positive changes towards a more balanced lifestyle with nature and the environment.