The company is based in his home village of Dromod, Co Leitrim, a Tidy Towns-winning fishing village beside Loughs Bofin and Boderg, which are threaded by the River Shannon.
Many members of the workforce he hired are still working with the company over forty years later. When he retired, his son Gavin took over as Managing Director.
With four decades of experience, the ICS team have a deep understanding of everything to do with furnishing churches , sanctuary’s and cathedrals: the variety of spaces and settings, the requirements, the sensitivities, the need to harmonise with widely varied architectural settings and details, use of the right materials, the manufacturing process, transport, installation, and so on.
The company’s master craftsmen, with the help of the latest computerised technology, manufacture the furniture in our state-of-the-art factory.
EXPERIENCE & CRAFTSMANSHIP
Within a single company, ICS offers unique integration of services and products in Ireland, the UK and worldwide – combining consultation, design and manufacture with full project management; old-world craft skills with modern technology, and the friendly personal touch of a family firm with total professionalism. Check out our featured projects to find out more.
WHO WE WORK WITH
We’ve completed nearly 3,000 projects throughout Ireland and the UK – from the Outer Hebrides down to the Isle of Wight. We’ve also completed work in the US and in Brisbane, Australia.
Our clients consist of any religious denomination or organisation operating a place of worship.
We have completed hundreds of major renovation or re-organisation projects for small and large churches and cathedrals, including 10 cathedrals in Ireland and 7 in England and Scotland – from St Patrick’s and Christ Church in Dublin, St Andrew’s Cathedral in Glasgow and St Anne’s Cathedral in Leeds to St Patrick’s Cathedral in New York and St Mel’s Cathedral, Longford (given the ‘Largest Restoration Project in Western Europe’ award).
The design of the furniture was crucial to the whole project and Gavin took the time to understand our needs and design and deliver the right product for us.
Rev David Penny,
Vicar of St Matthew and St. Luke, Chadderton
ICS Furniture are currently working with Enterprise Ireland who are assisting us as we look to develop and grow our business into other markets across Europe, the US and Australia. A Key Manager has been co-funded in this company by the European Regional Development Fund and Enterprise Ireland under the Border, Midland and Western Regional Operational Programme 2014-2020. The Key Manager commenced employment and is contributing to improvements in company productivity and to changes in output to meet defined market requirements. Further project details can be found here.