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Lorcán O’Flannery – Senior Forensic and Conservation Engineer

Profile

Lorcán is our Senior Forensic and Conservation Engineer with vast experience in both disciplines. Lorcán has over 30 years’ experience as a Civil/Structural Engineer with specific expertise in the conservation of protected structures and recorded monuments. His forensic expertise includes road construction, structural damage, road traffic accidents, manual handling, slips, trips and falls, as well as chemical spillages.

Lorcán’s expertise in conservation engineering is renowned and he has played a key role in the conservation of many prominent buildings such as St Patrick’s Cathedral; Castletown House; Malahide Castle, St Mary’s Church, Mary Street and 3 & 14 Henrietta Street.

Education

  • »  Bachelor of Civil Engineering Degree (Hons.), University College Cork

  • »  Graduate Diploma in Highway & Geotechnical Engineering, Trinity College Dublin

  • »  Graduate Diploma in Computing for Engineers, Trinity College Dublin

  • »  Master of Engineering Degree (Structural Engineering), Trinity College Dublin

  • »  Doctor of Philosophy Degree (Structural Engineering), Trinity College Dublin

  • »  Use of Pendulum in accordance with UKSRG Guidelines and BS7976.

  • »  La Touche training in report writing; courtroom skills; and cross examination skills

Accreditation

  • »  Chartered Engineer, Institution of Engineers of Ireland

  • »  European Engineer, F.E.A.N.I.

  • »  Fellow of the Institution of Engineers of Ireland

  • »  Member of the International Council on Monuments and Sites (Irish Committee)

  • »  Member of the Association of Consulting Forensic Engineers