Dictionary of Irish Architects 1720 - 1940

English refrigeration engineer and AMICE  AMICE who designed refrigerating machinery and insulation for the Dublin Abattoir, North Circular Rd., circa1900.

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Building: CO. DUBLIN, DUBLIN, CIRCULAR ROAD NORTH, CITY ABATTOIR
Date: 1901ca
Nature: Refrigeration plant, involving erection of engine-house, boiler-house, 70 ft. chimney and coal store. Conversion of old piggery into new pig abattoir.  Plans (except for building work) by GTH.  Execution of works carried out in collaboration with Spencer Harty, city engineer, and John G. O'Sullivan, deputy borough surveyor.  who was in charge of works 'for some time prior to their completion'.  Cost of work £7,091.
Refs: G.T. Harrap & Loudon M. Douglas, eds., Public abattoirs and cattle markets.  From the German of Oscar Schwarz, MD (London: Ice and Cold Storage Publishing Co. [1901]), 473-4.