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Scotland-Northern Ireland tunnel ‘set to be scrapped’

  Scotland-Northern Ireland tunnel ‘set to be scrapped’

Plans to build a tunnel linking Scotland and Northern Ireland are set to be scrapped for cost reasons, it has

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Ireland’s first carbon budget is due in two weeks

  Ireland’s first carbon budget is due in two weeks

Here’s what you need to know about Ireland’s first ever carbon budget Ireland’s first ever carbon budget is due out

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Construction firm Henry Brothers collects top responsible business award

  Construction firm Henry Brothers collects top responsible business award

Construction company Henry Brothers has claimed the top award at the 2021 Responsible Business Awards in Northern Ireland. The Magherafelt-headquartered

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Consulting engineer expands to Ireland

  Consulting engineer expands to Ireland

Consulting engineer Will Rudd Davidson is expanding into Ireland with the opening of an office in Dublin. The privately owned

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‘It’s ours to lose’: Pressure on Ireland not to scuttle its bid to host €500m America’s Cup

  ‘It’s ours to lose’: Pressure on Ireland not to scuttle its bid to host €500m America’s Cup

Cork business leaders fear fallout from the Zappone affair could affect the Irish bid to host the prestigious yacht race

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Cork Airport shuts for runway rebuild — with the promise that it will reopen on time

  Cork Airport shuts for runway rebuild — with the promise that it will reopen on time

The project will start on time, and will finish on time — that was the promise from Cork Airport bosses

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AUXILION PARTNERS WITH SISK TO DRIVE PRODUCTIVITY AND BUSINESS GROWTH IN DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION DEAL

  AUXILION PARTNERS WITH SISK TO DRIVE PRODUCTIVITY AND BUSINESS GROWTH IN DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION DEAL

Auxilion, a leading provider of digitally transformative IT services and solutions, has announced that it has collaborated closely with construction

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Fraud squad detectives question man suspected of setting up bogus construction company for purpose of laundering money

  Fraud squad detectives question man suspected of setting up bogus construction company for purpose of laundering money

Fraud squad detectives are continuing to question a man who was arrested yesterday and is suspected of setting up a

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Twenty-five new firms named among Ireland’s best managed

  Twenty-five new firms named among Ireland’s best managed

Twenty-five new companies have been named among Ireland’s best managed companies by Deloitte. There are now 139 companies recognised by

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Construction specialist ESS Modular creating 70 Manchester jobs welcomed by Leo Varadkar

  Construction specialist ESS Modular creating 70 Manchester jobs welcomed by Leo Varadkar

The creation of about 70 jobs in Manchester by a Republic of Ireland construction specialist has been welcomed by the

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Intel to open up Irish plant to allow car makers create microchips for next generation of vehicles

  Intel to open up Irish plant to allow car makers create microchips for next generation of vehicles

Intel has said it could invest as much as €80 billion in Europe over the next decade to boost the

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77% of agri-businesses optimistic about the year ahead

  77% of agri-businesses optimistic about the year ahead

Following a year of “considerable turbulence” in 2020, food and agri-businesses across Ireland are “significantly more optimistic” this year. Today

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Irish economy growing at the fastest rate in EU

  Irish economy growing at the fastest rate in EU

Ireland’s economy is surging ahead of its 26 EU partners as more sectors reopen post-pandemic. The latest figures put the

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Massive Cork Harbour clean-up reaches completion

  Massive Cork Harbour clean-up reaches completion

The Taoiseach has heralded in a new era of recreation, tourism and economic benefits for Cork Harbour following the completion

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Minister defends ‘multifaceted’ Housing for All plan

  Minister defends ‘multifaceted’ Housing for All plan

Minister for Housing Darragh O’Brien has defended the Housing for All plan as a “different” and “multifaceted” strategy in which

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First in-person Enterprise Ireland trade mission since pandemic onset

  First in-person Enterprise Ireland trade mission since pandemic onset

Enterprise Ireland’s first in-person trade mission since the onset of the Covid pandemic starts today in London, before moving on

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Will the government’s ‘Housing For All’ plan finally solve Ireland’s social housing crisis?

  Will the government’s ‘Housing For All’ plan finally solve Ireland’s social housing crisis?

Social housing in Ireland is at crisis levels due to a booming population and a limited supply of residential properties.

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Consumer confidence rises but business sentiment slips – Bank of Ireland

  Consumer confidence rises but business sentiment slips – Bank of Ireland

Bank of Ireland’s latest Economic Pulse shows that consumer confidence rose in August but business sentiment slipped. Bank of Ireland

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Knauf UK & Ireland officially announces Managing Director return

  Knauf UK & Ireland officially announces Managing Director return

Knauf UK and Ireland has announced the appointment of Ian Stokes as Managing Director. This is a return to the

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Developer bids to swap hotel already under construction in Dublin for build-to-rent

  Developer bids to swap hotel already under construction in Dublin for build-to-rent

A Strategic Housing Development (SHD) scheme of 227 build-to-rent apartments up to 12 storeys tall is being sought for a

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Construction begins on €139m wastewater treatment plant in Arklow

  Construction begins on €139m wastewater treatment plant in Arklow

Raw sewage discharges to be eliminated into river Avoca in Co Wicklow. Construction on a €139-million wastewater treatment plant for Arklow,

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More than 50 submissions on controversial Clare data centre proposal

  More than 50 submissions on controversial Clare data centre proposal

More than 50 submissions have been made on the proposed new data centre for Ennis, which has garnered stiff resistance

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What’s the story with data centres?

  What’s the story with data centres?

They’ve been popping up all over the country. Opposition has been mounting against them. But they still are pretty mysterious

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4,500 Dublin Hotel Rooms to be Delivered by 2023

  4,500 Dublin Hotel Rooms to be Delivered by 2023

24 new hotels, comprising 4,500 rooms, will be delivered in Dublin by the end of 2023, according to property advisor,

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50 solar farms across Ireland and UK to be financed by German bank

  50 solar farms across Ireland and UK to be financed by German bank

50 solar farms across Ireland and the UK are to be financed by German bank Berenberg. Berenberg Green Energy Junior

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Construction salaries rise more than any other sector

  Construction salaries rise more than any other sector

Construction experienced the highest rate of salary growth of any sector between February and July, according to data from a

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Grafton expects prices for construction materials to continue rising

  Grafton expects prices for construction materials to continue rising

Woodie’s owner reports record profits for first six month of 2021. Prices for key construction materials will continue rising into

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German bank to lend €36m to Irish energy group to build solar power projects

  German bank to lend €36m to Irish energy group to build solar power projects

German bank Berenberg will loan €36 million to Irish group Elgin Energy to back the development of solar power projects in the Republic and

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Fixing Celtic Tiger-era building issues ‘to cost at least €365 million’

  Fixing Celtic Tiger-era building issues ‘to cost at least €365 million’

The first submissions to the Government’s working group on defective homes indicate that the cost of remedying Celtic Tiger-era building

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Dublin third most expensive city in Europe for construction costs

  Dublin third most expensive city in Europe for construction costs

Survey blames materials price increases of up to 40% for rising cost of building in capital. Building in Dublin is

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