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€7.5m garda station set for Kevin’s Street

  €7.5m garda station set for Kevin’s Street

A €27.5m state-of-the-art building is planned for Kevin Street Garda Station for 2017 – a move which will see a

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Major apartment scheme for Ballsbridge hotel sites

  Major apartment scheme for Ballsbridge hotel sites

Ireland’s most expensive development site, one of the centrepieces of the property crash, is finally to be offered for sale

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Ornua targets €3bn of sales and secured approval for the construction of a new €36 million Kerrygold butter plant in Co Cork.

  Ornua targets €3bn of sales and secured approval for the construction of a new €36 million Kerrygold butter plant in Co Cork.

Ornua, formerly the Irish Dairy Board, is hoping to hit €3 billion in sales in the post-milk quota era on

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New housing development on the Northside

  New housing development on the Northside

A NEW housing development on the northside will be a fitting legacy for artist and 1916 Rising hero Peadar Kearney,

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All-abilities playground in Cork starts build

  All-abilities playground in Cork starts build

It is hoped that the major facility in Fitzgerald’s Park, which will enable children with disabilities to play alongside able-bodied

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Penny’s re-opens in Sligo after completed renovation

  Penny’s re-opens in Sligo after completed renovation

Penneys has today reopened its newly renovated Sligo store, 33 years after the shop first opened in March 1982. Seventeen

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Killarney social housing gets the go ahead.

  Killarney social housing gets the go ahead.

A Killarney social housing project that has been on the back burner for over two years has finally been given

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RDS plans €35m spend to redevelop its main stadium

  RDS plans €35m spend to redevelop its main stadium

RDS plans €35m redevelopment of its main arena The stadium’s naming rights may be sold and Government grants are expected

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Irish company lands ‘zero energy’ housing contract

  Irish company lands ‘zero energy’ housing contract

Irish company Surface Power Hone and Belgian partner Mopac Systems International have won a contract to build low cost ‘daylight’

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Belfast Lawyers to Join Construction Masterclass in May

  Belfast Lawyers to Join Construction Masterclass in May

Hill International and the Chartered Institute of Building announced today that leading speakers from top law firms will join construction

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Irish Planning Institute warns reduction of local authority planners will cause planning delays

  Irish Planning Institute warns reduction of local authority planners will cause planning delays

The number of planners in local authorities has dropped by 32pc since 2006, according to the organisation. Some 415 planners

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Cork tech firm to create 80 new jobs

  Cork tech firm to create 80 new jobs

Cork-based technology firm Global Shares has announced a major expansion plan which will create 80 new jobs over the next

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UCD’s planned €7.4 million Confucius Institute

  UCD’s planned €7.4 million Confucius Institute

The brochure for UCD’s planned €7.4 million Confucius Institute could not be more enthusiastic. “A landmark modern building,” it reads.

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78 new jobs for Cork and Limerick announced

  78 new jobs for Cork and Limerick announced

EPS, an Irish firm that specialises in designing, building and operating water and sewage treatment plants worldwide, has announced plans

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New CEO of the World green Building Council has been appointed

  New CEO of the World green Building Council has been appointed

The World Green Building Council (WorldGBC) has appointed Terri Wills as its next CEO. The World Green Building Council is

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M&S re-opens its Rooftop Café on Grafton Street

  M&S re-opens its Rooftop Café on Grafton Street

The rooftop has undergone a complete refurbishment with a new décor, layout and menu to offer customers an even better

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Redevelopment potential for Mespil road site at €10.5m

  Redevelopment potential for Mespil road site at €10.5m

With new office buildings planned for Dublin city centre expected to follow the high rent example of the LXV block

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CQMS ‘15 for Tullamore

  CQMS ‘15 for Tullamore

A recovering Irish construction industry has welcomed the announcement that Ireland’s largest construction and quarrying machinery show (CQMS ’15) will

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WIT Collaborative Project Ranked Number 1 In First H2020 Funding Win

  WIT Collaborative Project Ranked Number 1 In First H2020 Funding Win

The €350,000 WASTCArD project, which will see a consortium of seven academic and industrial partners working together to develop a

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Diageo Achieves World Accreditation

  Diageo Achieves World Accreditation

St. James’s Gate becomes the first major brewery in the world and the first manufacturing plant in Ireland to achieve

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New masterplan for Paddington Central development

  New masterplan for Paddington Central development

British Land has extended its footprint in Paddington, West London, with the purchase of the £210m One Sheldon Square site.

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Britcon completes 7.4m project

  Britcon completes 7.4m project

Britcon has completed a £7.4 million project to build a new state of the art training facility in Park Royal

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T&T has been appointed PM role on £480m Sheffield Retail Quater

  T&T has been appointed PM role on £480m Sheffield Retail Quater

Consultant Turner & Townsend has been appointed to provide programme, project, cost and procurement support for the planned £480m retail

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Rohan begins €35m office building project in Dublin 2

  Rohan begins €35m office building project in Dublin 2

With relatively few office developments under way in Dublin’s central business district despite signs of a shortfall of top-quality space,

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Company controlled by developer Lally slashes almost €13m from site’s value

  Company controlled by developer Lally slashes almost €13m from site’s value

A property company controlled by Galway developer John Lally has reduced the value of a site it bought for over

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Ashford Castle completes its luxury restoration

  Ashford Castle completes its luxury restoration

According to The Irish Independent, Ashford Castle will employ up to 300 people when it opens this week, following a

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PM Group Hosts Lean Construction Seminar

  PM Group Hosts Lean Construction Seminar

Delegates at Lean Construction Seminar learn how adopting a ‘Lean’ approach can help attract Foreign Direct investment Over 200 delegates

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Irish construction activity up slightly last month

  Irish construction activity up slightly last month

Strongest rise in input prices since March 2007 recorded in March New business increased in March, as has been the

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Marathon wins race for Nama’s Plum Portfolio

  Marathon wins race for Nama’s Plum Portfolio

Marathon Asset Management has won the race for a portfolio of nearly 600 apartments in Dublin, becoming the latest overseas

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Irish Construction Prospects to 2016

  Irish Construction Prospects to 2016

Construction sector output grew in volume terms by 10pc in 2014 to €11bn and is forecast to increase by around

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