Message from Mick Wallace TD to Architectural Technologists

by Bregs Blog admin team


The following email was submitted to the Blog on Monday 26th May 2014. Pictured is Mick Wallace T.D. who invited submissions from Architectural Technologists in advance of a Dáil debate on 27th May 2014 concerning the role of Architectural Technologists and the new building regulations.

Message from Mick Wallace TD to Architectural Technologists

Ciao All,

Having read so many emails, from 12 different counties, I do understand your concerns. I worked in the construction industry for over 35 years and I realise that Architectural Technologists know a lot more about how a building should be put together, and built to stand the test of time, weather, movement and use than many who will be allowed sign off on completed work. I will make your case as well as I can in the 6 minutes I’m allowed with Phil Hogan on Tuesday. At the moment, the Topical Issue debate is scheduled for 5.06pm Tuesday evening.



Mick Wallace, TD


Dáil Eireann

Leinster House

Kildare Street

Dublin 2

Ph: 01 6183287

Other posts on this topic:

Architectural Technologists’ Petition – click link here

Phil Hogan TD to Minister Gormley on “premature” and “market distortion effects” of register in 2010  – click link here

Architectural Technologist’s personal letter to TD – click link here

An Architectural Technologist Dáil letter – click link here

Architectural Technologists’ Dáil QUESTIONS – click link here

Dáil Debate 27th May on Architectural Technologists: help needed! – click link here

An Architectural Technologist’s 6 questions to employer – click link here

Architectural Technologists and BC(A)R SI.9: CIAT – click link here

Architectural Technologist: Minister “disrespectful and misleading” in Seanad – click link Blog

Eoin O Cofaigh: The architectural technologist and BC(A)R SI.9 – click link here

Opinion piece: Architectural Technologists and the register: BC(A)R SI.9  – click link here

Collins & O Cofaigh- A BETTER way: BC(A)R SI.9 Solutions – click link here