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Welcome to the website
of Devaney Williams

We celebrated ten years in business in 2019 having been founded by Noeline Devaney MRIAI in May 2009.

We specialise in the domestic market and have a wealth of experience in house refurbishment and extension design and one-off houses.We are based on the main street in the historic town of Celbridge, Co.Kildare.

The first step is a chat with us to establish the scope and nature of the project. This can take place in our offices in Celbridge or we can come to you. We will work around your daily schedule and busy life and can accommodate appointments in the evening as well as during the day. Working with home-owners is a unique experience.

We love that our wealth of experience in the design and delivery of domestic dwellings and extensions can enhance the way people live & enjoy their homes.

So if you are thinking of doing something with your home, but you are not sure how or where to start.

Give us a call!

We offer a consultation in your home or at the site of the proposed works with no obligation.

This meeting will allow us to evaluate the scope of the proposed project and help us to ascertain the various options or steps that we feel will have to be undertaken. We will answer any questions or concerns that you may have.

If following your consultation and subsequent approval of our fee proposal, you decide to appoint us as architects to your project, the next step is to conduct a measured survey of your home, premises or site. The survey will take roughly a day to carry out but obviously this is dependant on the size and scale of the project. The measured survey drawings will form the basis of all future discussions and it is at this stage that the design process begins.