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The National Construction Summit 2018 Opens This Wednesday, 2nd May, at Citywest Convention Centre, Dublin – Register Now

The National Construction Summit 2018 Opens This Wednesday, 2nd May, at Citywest Convention Centre, Dublin – Register Now
April 27
08:05 2018

Time is running out to register to attend the 2018 National Construction Summit being held this Wednesday (2nd May) at the Citywest Convention Centre, Dublin. The event is expected to attract more than 2,000 visitors from across the country. Now in its fourth year, the annual National Construction Summit has become firmly established as an All-Ireland ‘must-attend’ event, which successfully connects key stakeholders across the full spectrum of the construction industry.

Indeed, the purpose of the National Construction Summit is to stimulate debate, enrich knowledge and connect those involved in the finance, design, construction and management of Ireland’s buildings, infrastructure and industrial projects.

Eoghan Murphy, TD, Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government.

Eoghan Murphy TD, the Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government, will make the opening address at the 2018 National Construction Summit. The Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government is one of a number of high-profile speakers who have been selected to address the Summit.

The 2018 National Construction Summit will be held in conjunction with a number of related events and will incorporate a comprehensive Conference agenda, a series of seminars and workshops, accompanied by an extensive array of exhibition stands, showcasing the latest products, services and technology for the construction, engineering, sustainable building, maintenance and architectural sectors.

Key Themes for 2018 conference agenda include:

* Brexit;

* Foreign Direct Investment;

* Jobs, Skills, Training and Education;

* Infrastructural Investment;

* Public & Private Housing;

* Building Materials & Services Innovation;

* Sustainability.

Last year’s National Construction Summit, which was held in the RDS, Dublin, literally covered all aspects of the construction landscape from €1 billion development projects down to the humble building block. Featuring 160 speakers and incorporating 125 exhibition stands, the event attracted over 1,500 visitors.

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