Location: Belfast

Cunningham, Greg and Rainey were the established commercial and intellectual leaders of the Belfast in the 18th century.  All three listed mausolea have been described as the finest buildings in the genre in Ulster.  All three were at risk of collapse and appeared on a Northern Ireland Buildings At Risk Register.  The Follies Trust undertook to save them.

Appointed as lead Consultant, the Practice surveyed the structure and fabric of all three mausolea.  Based on that detailed survey cost plans were prepared and a plan of conservation agreed with the Follies Trust.  Detailed tender documents coupled with exacting demands on the contractor produced a project recently recognised by both the Georgian Group and Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors in the 2009 and 2010 conservation awards.