Béal na Bláth Centenary Project Wins Public Space and Urban Design Award
23.06.2023

 

We are delighted to share that last night Béal na Bláth Centenary Project won the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (RIAI) Public Space and Urban Design Award!

We are delighted to share that last night Béal na Bláth Centenary Project won the Royal Institute of the Architects of Ireland (RIAI) Public Space and Urban Design Award! The project was designed in collaboration with Cork County Council CPIU Architects and Professor Finola O'Kane and was built in time for the centenary of Michael Collins' death.

Congratulations to all involved in the delivery of the project. The Award recognises the impact of the new memorial pathway, vastly improved accessibility to the site both for daily visitors and commemorative crowds, and the manner in which the project handles this historic event.

The project was also awarded second place in the RIAI Public Choice Award yesterday, decided by public vote.

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