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Lagan Construction acquires H&J Martin to create £300m business

  Lagan Construction acquires H&J Martin to create £300m business

The Belfast-headquartered Lagan Construction Group has confirmed it has acquired rival Northern Ireland firm H&J Martin but did not disclose

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Balfour Beatty awarded €14m (£10.2m) Dublin Airport car park extension

  Balfour Beatty awarded €14m (£10.2m) Dublin Airport car park extension

Balfour Beatty has been awarded a €14m (£10.2m) Design and Build scheme to extend the existing multi-storey car park serving

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Get to Grips with BCAR with Kingspan Insulated Panels

  Get to Grips with BCAR with Kingspan Insulated Panels

Ger Higgins, Sales Director at Kingspan Insulated Panels Ireland, explains how the company can help customers get to grips with

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Formal Consultation Process Launches For Proposed A24 Ballynahinch Bypass

  Formal Consultation Process Launches For Proposed A24 Ballynahinch Bypass

The formal consultation process has launched for the proposed A24 Ballynahinch Bypass. The announcement refers to the publication of the

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Building sector slowdown threatens recovery

  Building sector slowdown threatens recovery

A slowdown in the growth of construction activity here could end up hurting Ireland’s ability to attract foreign direct investment,

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Gaelectric completes €65 million funding round for on-shore wind energy portfolio in Ireland

  Gaelectric completes €65 million funding round for on-shore wind energy portfolio in Ireland

Irish renewable energy generation and energy storage group, Gaelectric, has raised €65 million in funding for its portfolio of on-shore

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Energy efficient windows for retrofits receive Component Award

  Energy efficient windows for retrofits receive Component Award

The winners of the second Component Award, this year for Passive House windows for energy efficient solutions in the context

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DCC gives go-ahead for multi-million euro docklands development

The first of the fast-track developments planned for Dublin’s docklands has been given the go ahead by the city council.

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Building momentum – an overview of Ireland’s construction sector

  Building momentum – an overview of Ireland’s construction sector

To describe the effect of the recession on Ireland’s construction industry as devastating is an understatement. Now less than a

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3,300 Jobs on way for Limerick in massive city centre development – 300 in construction stage

  3,300 Jobs on way for Limerick in massive city centre development – 300 in construction stage

The biggest city centre real estate project outside of Dublin over the next 10 years has received the green light

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Planning Sought for 101 Homes in Dublin

  Planning Sought for 101 Homes in Dublin

A low-profile property firm has become the latest player to seek planning permission to build family homes in Dublin, in

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Limerick City and County Council has given a go to the €80 Opera Centre site development.

  Limerick City and County Council has given a go to the €80 Opera Centre site development.

The re-developed 50,000sq metre project should create around 3,000 jobs with 300 additional jobs supported during the construction stage. The 2.8 hectare

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Irish construction & marine markets to benefit from Kommerling products as Laydex becomes national distributor

  Irish construction & marine markets to benefit from Kommerling products as Laydex becomes national distributor

Kommerling UK has signed an agreement with Laydex for the Belfast based company to distribute its extensive range of marine

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Shares in cement group Lafarge fall as merger talks stall

  Shares in cement group Lafarge fall as merger talks stall

Shares in French cement group Lafarge fell by around 2 per cent on Monday after two shareholders of its Swiss

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BM TRADA urges action on CE marking of structural steel

  BM TRADA urges action on CE marking of structural steel

It is now six months since new requirements were placed on structural steel manufacturers and fabricators which make it a

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CRH shares jump on Holcim, Lafarge chief executive talks

  CRH shares jump on Holcim, Lafarge chief executive talks

Shares in Iseq heavyweight CRH jumped by nearly 4 per cent on Wednesday after reports that cement makers Holcim and

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Glanbia Ingredients Ireland Opens New €180 Million Nutritional Ingredients Plant

  Glanbia Ingredients Ireland Opens New €180 Million Nutritional Ingredients Plant

Ireland’s leading dairy ingredients company, Glanbia Ingredients Ireland, has commenced production at its new, state-of-the-art nutritional ingredients plant at Belview

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Invest in the West – MJ Conroy & HP Ballybrit

  Invest in the West – MJ Conroy & HP Ballybrit

The IT giant Hewlett Packard has chosen again and again to expand its presence in Galway, with 700 workers about

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John Paul Construction – Company Announcement

  John Paul Construction – Company Announcement

John Paul Construction are pleased to announce the recent appointment of Joe McLoughlin as Construction Director for the Irish market

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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