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SMK Corporation establishes new European Headquarters in Dublin

  SMK Corporation establishes new European Headquarters in Dublin

SMK Corporation, a multinational electro-mechanical component manufacturer headquartered in Tokyo Japan is to establish a new European Headquarters in Dublin,

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National Rehabilitation Hospital Receives Planning Approval for New Development

  National Rehabilitation Hospital Receives Planning Approval for New Development

The National Rehabilitation Hospital is the first major healthcare project to be granted planning approval through the Strategic Infrastructural Development

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High Standards from Coillte Panel Products

  High Standards from Coillte Panel Products

Coillte Panel Products is part of Coillte, a leading natural resources company which owns over 442,000 hectares of FSC® certified

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Augmented Reality and the future of construction – A CIF Event

  Augmented Reality and the future of construction – A CIF Event

The CIF is constantly looking for ways of bringing new information and innovations to our members. One area which looks

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Boost for CRH as Holcim and Lafarge appoint CEO

  Boost for CRH as Holcim and Lafarge appoint CEO

CRH’s deal to buy €6.5bn from building materials rivals Holcim and Lafarge looks to be a step closer as the

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€36 Million Investment in Last Phase of Summer Works Scheme set to Commence

  €36 Million Investment in Last Phase of Summer Works Scheme set to Commence

Good news for construction related industries across the country with last week’s update on the Schools Summer Works Scheme. The

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Dublin Property Price Growth Fell Below National Average in First Three Months of 2015

  Dublin Property Price Growth Fell Below National Average in First Three Months of 2015

Property price growth in Dublin was outpaced by rises in the rest of the country during the first three months

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43 apartments in Dublin for €5.57m

  43 apartments in Dublin for €5.57m

A multi-family residential investment with 43 apartments are to go on the market today in Dublin’s north inner city. Damien

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Shareholders at NTR in line for €240m sale payout

  Shareholders at NTR in line for €240m sale payout

Irish renewable energy group NTR has up to €240m in its arsenal to return to shareholders following the sale of

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Job boom for Cork City as it is set to benefit from €500 million investment

  Job boom for Cork City as it is set to benefit from €500 million investment

Some 8,000 jobs could be created in Cork City as details emerge that €500 million has been earmarked for its

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JV for NAMA and Kennedy Wilson

  JV for NAMA and Kennedy Wilson

Kennedy Wilson and NAMA have formed a joint venture arrangement to develop a project of significant importance on Sir John

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Free Seminar on ‘Building a Business on Your Ideas’ comes to Kerry

  Free Seminar on ‘Building a Business on Your Ideas’ comes to Kerry

Minister for Skills, Research and Innovation, Damien English TD, has urged businesses to avail of the opportunity to attend a

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New social housing units to be delivered in Cork

  New social housing units to be delivered in Cork

The housing lists in Cork City and County are set to reduce with news that 69 social housing units will

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Minister Nash encourages all businesses to sign up to Prompt Payment Code of Conduct portal

  Minister Nash encourages all businesses to sign up to Prompt Payment Code of Conduct portal

“This is an important step towards driving a change in payment culture in Ireland” Minister for Business & Employment, Ged

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Former Bord Na Mona executive to head up Poolbeg incinerator

  Former Bord Na Mona executive to head up Poolbeg incinerator

A Former senior executive at Bord Na Mona has landed the top job on the development of the controversial €500m

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Ministers Kelly & Coffey Commence Review of Building Control Regulations

  Ministers Kelly & Coffey Commence Review of Building Control Regulations

Mr. Paudie Coffey, T.D., Minister of State at the Department of the Environment, Community and Local Government, together with Minister

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CIF and Dept of Social Protection launch campaign to help unemployed construction workers

  CIF and Dept of Social Protection launch campaign to help unemployed construction workers

Department of Social Protection and CIF launch campaign to help unemployed construction workers return to work A new campaign aimed

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House Price Growth Moderated in the First Quarter of this Year

  House Price Growth Moderated in the First Quarter of this Year

House prices continued to rise in Q1 of this year, according to the latest house price survey from MyHome.ie. The

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€1.5 Billion Social Housing Targets for Local Authorities to 2017

  €1.5 Billion Social Housing Targets for Local Authorities to 2017

– 25% Reduction in Housing Waiting List through Build, Buying & Leasing Programme – In excess of €500m for Dublin

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Minister O’Sullivan announces €36 million investment for schools under summer works scheme

  Minister O’Sullivan announces €36 million investment for schools under summer works scheme

The Minister for Education and Skills Jan O’Sullivan today announced a €36 million investment in 559 schools throughout the country.

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750 construction jobs to be created by Center Parcs €200 million holiday village in Longford

  750 construction jobs to be created by Center Parcs €200 million holiday village in Longford

One of the UK’s leading short break specialists, Center Parcs, has just announced plans to develop a holiday village at

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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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