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During the first half of the 20th century, the astronomer A. Douglass founded the Laboratory of Tree-Ring Research at the University of Arizona.
Douglass sought to better understand cycles of sunspot activity and reasoned that changes in solar activity would affect climate patterns on earth, which would subsequently be recorded by tree-ring growth patterns (i.e., sunspots → climate → tree rings).
Dendrochronology is useful for determining the timing of events and rates of change in the environment (most prominently climate) and also in works of art and architecture, such as old panel paintings on wood, buildings, etc.
It is also used in radiocarbon dating to calibrate radiocarbon ages.
Read More ACP applied for and secured a Heritage Council Research Grant in 2012 to date the oak timbers used in the timber framed structure found during works to the rare triple diamond Jacobean stone chimney and chimney breast at Parnell St Ennis.
Read More ACP were commissioned by Abington Enterprise Centre Ltd (Community Group) with Leader grant aid support from Ballyhoura Development Ltd., to prepare a pilot Study Report on the identification and repair of Historic Iron work in Graveyards across the Ballyhoura region.
ACP advised the architects on all building conservation matters at all stages of the project including pre-planning, planning application preparation, contract procurement, supervision and signing off on the project.
Read More Architectural Conservation Professionals was commissioned by St.
Read More Dundanion Court was designed in 1964 (RIAI Silver Medal Winner 1968-70) and was completed in 1968.
Johns Scouts Club to act as Building Conservation Consultants to undertake refurbishment and fire engineering works to the scout hall.
The works included a new fire system, computer training facility and youth cafe.
The current owners engaged ACP to undertake a conservation building/structural survey which identified major works required to the roof, chimneys & external windows.
Read More Phase One of works on Limerick City Walls consisted of a Conservation & Management Plan for Limerick City Council & Heritage Council, identifying the 29 sections of wall remaining and assessing the condition of the walls.Read More Clarisford Palace is a magnificent 18th Century House originally built for the Bishop of Killaloe and Clonfert.It has been in continuous occupation since that time.It consists of 36 identical two-storey terraced housing units of approx. Number 33, which was in almost original condition was refurbished and brought up to modern living standards as part of this project.