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  • Government Funding of €10 Million For Energy Efficiency Design Projects The Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) is now accepting applications from organisations planning an investment in a new design project or major energy upgrade. The Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment Denis Naughten TD, secured an allocation of €10 Million in Budget 2018 for the Excellence in Energy Efficient Design (EXEED) programme. The €10 million allocation will be used to [...]...
  • Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government to Open National Construction Summit – 2nd May, 2018 – Citywest Convention Centre, Dublin Eoghan Murphy TD, the Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government, will make the opening address at the 2018 National Construction Summit, being held on Wednesday, 2nd May at the Citywest Convention Centre, Dublin. The 2018 National Construction Summit is expected to attract more than 2,000 visitors, from across the country. The Minister for Housing, [...]...
  • Ecocem Rebrands Ecocem Ireland and Ecocem GB have launched a new brand. Ecocem is Europe’s largest independent specialist producer of GGBS (Ground Granulated Blastfurnace Slag) cement with a capacity of 2.4 million tonnes. Significant developments in the organisation have seen a growing interaction across its operating regions in Ireland, Holland, France, UK and Sweden, as well as the [...]...
  • Where are Ireland’s Construction Workers? The Central Bank of Ireland has published a signed article from the second Quarterly Bulletin of 2018, published on 12 April 2018. The article, ‘Where are Ireland’s Construction Workers?‘ by Thomas Conefrey and Tara McIndoe-Calder, considers the decline in construction sector employment in Ireland during the economic and financial crisis that began in 2008. One in [...]...
  • RIAI Registered Architects Open Their Doors For Annual Partnership With Simon Communities One of the country’s best-known architects, Dermot Bannon, was on hand recently to launch the RIAI Simon Open Door campaign, aimed at raising funds to help tackle the housing and homeless crisis. Now in its 14th year, the campaign will run from Monday, 14th May until Sunday 20th May. As part of the annual partnership between the RIAI and [...]...

The Public Works Contracts: What now?

  The Public Works Contracts: What now?

The Office of Government Procurement published its Report on the Review of the Performance of the Public Works Contract (the “Report”) on 11 December 2014, setting out its conclusions following the long-awaited review, commenced in 2013.
The Report is a breath of fresh air, but it will remain to be seen whether it sounds of a […]

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A start performance by Monami Construction

  A start performance by Monami Construction

The engineering and organisational skills of building firm Monami Construction literally went to waste in Cork in 2014, but the client Greenstar, was delighted with professionalism and efficiency used to reconstruct its Glanmire recycling facility. CIAN MOLLOY reports.
When a fire broke out at Greenstar’s waste treatment facility in Glanmire in November 2013, such […]

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Saint-Gobain, Ireland opens the doors of their new Technical Academy in Dublin

  Saint-Gobain, Ireland opens the doors of their new Technical Academy in Dublin

Building materials firm Saint Gobain has opened a new training centre in Grange Castle, Co Dublin, which together with its sister centre in Cavan, is set to upskill some 5,000 construction industry personnel every year.
The two Construction Skills Academies, developed at a combined cost of €1.5m, are reckoned to be the biggest investment in construction […]

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Kilsaran – Connecting the city at the Rosie Hackett Bridge

  Kilsaran – Connecting the city at the Rosie Hackett Bridge

Dublin’s newest bridge, the Rosie Hackett bridge which spans the River Liffey is benefitting from the technical and aesthetic qualities of Kilsaran International. The 21st bridge to cross the river Liffey in Dublin city connects Marlborough Street on the northside with Hawkins Street on the south, the function of the bridge is to carry the […]

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JJ Rhatigan & Company – Setting standards in education building at NUI Galway.

  JJ Rhatigan & Company – Setting standards in education building at NUI Galway.

There aren’t too many clients in Galway or in the surrounding area that are as successful when it comes to securing funding for construction work as NUI Galway. JJ Rhatigan & Company, a firm that has been providing construction services for over half a century, have completed several projects at the campus over the past […]

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Stewart Win Contractor of the Year at Irish Building and Design Awards 2014

Stewart are delighted to have scooped 3 awards at recent Irish Building and Design Awards 2014, to include Contractor of the Year, BIM Initiative of the Year and Retrofit Project of the Year. See some of the Stewart group eagerly accepting our awards at a well organised and good craic awards night hosted by CMG […]

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