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Maurice Ramsay (Managing Director and Chartered Engineer, BA BAI MSc CEng MIEI), Certified Passivhaus Consultant

mauriceMaurice Ramsay is a director of Ramsay Cox & Associates. Maurice has over twenty years experience in low energy design, and has been responsible for these elements in a large number of public and private developments. He is responsible for the day-to-day running of the company and is involved in all technical aspects of the company's operations. During his career with Trinity College Dublin, Conservation Engineering Ltd and Arup Consulting Engineers, Maurice worked as project manager on projects such as the Grange Castle Masterplan in South County Dublin, IDA Business & Technology Park Mullingar, Trinity College North East Corner Development, MBNA development in Carrick-on-Shannon and many others. He has also advised on complex utility provision and assessment for site selection studies for major pharmaceutical projects on behalf of IDA Ireland, the National Stadium Site Selection Study on behalf of the IRFU and FAI, and the St James Gate Brewery on behalf of Diageo Ireland.
Maurice has also worked extensively on low energy design of internal services, and has delivered numerous award-winning low-energy developments such as the Green Building in Temple Bar and the Civic Offices Combined Heat and Power scheme with its extensive District Heating scheme throughout the West End of Temple Bar. Since establishing Ramsay Cox & Associates he has delivered numerous low-energy, sustainable projects including Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council’s Passivhaus Enerphit development at Rochestown House and the low energy Ballyroan Library. Maurice is a certified Passivhaus Consultant, demonstrating expertise in the correct approach to building fabric and passive measures as well as in all areas of Mechanical & Electrical Building Services Design, Energy Auditing and BER Certification.

 

Peter A. Cox  (Partner)

peterPeter Cox is a partner & founder member of Ramsay Cox & Associates.  Peter has over thirty years of experience in historical buildings and is involved in all aspects of the Company's operations. From 1985-1994 he served as Vice President of European Development for PrSoCo Inc. and its subsidiary Masonry Stabilization Services Corporation. MSSC specializes in laboratory analysis of prescribed cleaning and treatment systems for all porous building materials.
He has recently led a consortium which has completed a study for The Heritage Council of Ireland and Dublin City Council on the sustainable re-use of buildings, which is now published.'carrig conservation','
Peter is Managing Director of Carrig Conservation and has led such projects as Tate Modern, London, many projects for Urban Splash in the Northwest of England and is heavily involved with Leopold Square, a large urban regeneration scheme in Sheffield.  Peter has also worked with Sir Norman Foster, Sir Terry Farrell and Lord Richard Rogers.
Peter has been President of ICOMOS (International Council of Monuments & Sites) Ireland for the last 18 months and has a further 18 months to serve.  Peter is an active member of ICOMOS for many years in both Britain and Ireland and whose other activities include DOCOMOMO and The Limes Forum.  Peter has played an active roll in the Stone Federation of Great Britain, past Chair of the Technical Committee and Vice Chair of the approved contractors scheme.  Whilst working in the USA, he was an active member of the Association of Preservation Technology (APT).  he served on the committee researching chemical consolidation methods for decayed masonry and is an Associate of the International Institute of Conservation.
Peter is a guest lecturer in conservation at Queens University Belfast and Kansas City University in the USA.  He is an external examiner for the Masters in Urban Building Conservation (MUBC) at University College Dublin.

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CONTACT US

RAMSAY COX & ASSOCIATES
Wicklow Enterprise Centre
The Murrough, Wicklow Town
Co. Wicklow
T : 00 353 404 66433
F : 00 353 404 66464

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