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Roisin Hanley B.Arch M.U.B.C. M.R.I.A.I.

Roisin Hanley is a professional member of the Royal Institute of Architect's and the Royal Institute of British Architects. Roisin has considerable experience in the conservation of protected structures from both an academic background and the practical implementation of conservation.

Roisin holds a masters degree in Urban and building Conservation from University College Dublin and specialises in plasterwork, pointing of building, stuccodore and conservation of historic buildings.

  • B Arch (University College Dublin) 1995
  • Professional Practice Royal Institute of Architects of Ireland 1997
  • Masters of Urban Planning and Conservation 1999
  • Membership of Royal Institute of British Architects 2004
  • C.E.D.R Accredited Mediator for Effective Dispute Resolution 2009
  • Conservation Accreditation Grade 1 Architect 2009
  • Diploma Arbitration University College of Dublin 2010
  • Accepted onto the CIF National Contractural Dispute Services Panel
  • Surecon Retraingh

Roisin has been nominated onto the following:

  • Conservation Assessment Panel for the Royal Institute of British Architects
  • Mediation Sub-Comittee of the CIArb
  • International Comittee of the RIAI