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NATIONAL CONSTRUCTION SUMMIT – 3rd March 2022 – Sport Ireland Campus, Blanchardstown

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NATIONAL CONSTRUCTION SUMMIT – 3rd March 2022 – Sport Ireland Campus, Blanchardstown

January 26
10:57 2022

Join over 2000 Delegates at the 6th Annual National Construction Summit.

The 6th Annual National Construction Summit is being held on 3rd March 2022 in the Sport Ireland Campus, Blanchardstown. The purpose of the National Constriction Summit is simple — Bring together over 2000 construction companies, developers, policy makers, project owners, building owners , government and municipal bodies, lenders & private investment firms, architectural and design firms, planners, facility managers, property managers, large industrial companies technology companies, legal & tax professionals, equipment and machinery providers, building material providers, professional advisors, energy and environment professionals — in order to stimulate debate, enrich knowledge and connect stakeholder’s involved in the finance , design, construction and management of Irelands buildings, infrastructure and industrial projects.

Join your industry peers for a engaging and thought provoking event which will stimulate debate on how Ireland can rebuild its construction and property industry in a sustainable manner to meet the real needs of Ireland and create a stable long term future of the industry and the country.

Co-Located Events

The co-located events being held under the umbrella of the 2022 National Construction Summit include:

Comprehensive Conference Programme

Join your industry peers for an engaging and thought provoking event which will stimulate debate on how Ireland can rebuild its construction and property industry in a sustainable manner. Topics to be discussed at the 2022 National Construction Summit include:

  • Facility Management
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Smart Buildings & Cities
  • Transport
  • Regulations & Policy
  • Sustainability
  • Infrastructure
  • Government Projects
  • Industrial Projects
  • Technology & Innovation
  • Careers and Training
  • Architecture & Design
  • Residential, Commercial and Industrial Outlook
  • Finance and Investment
  • Rental Market
  • Meeting Ireland’s Housing Needs
  • Meet the Investors
  • Urban Planning
  • Regulations & Policy

William Hynes, the Managing Director of KPMG Future Analytics, will be discussing the Insights Into Ireland’s Housing Dilemma.

Sabrina Mackin, the Senior Director of Dublin Arcadis, will be going into depth of Successfully Delivering the National Development Plan.

Ciaran Byrne, the Director of National Retrofit at Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI), will be providing an overview of the National Retrofit Plan.

There will also be a variety of panel discussions where the speakers will discuss the Housing for All – The 2030 Housing Plan, Women in Construction, How could public-private partnership (PPP) models help meet Ireland’s greatest challenges and other related topics.

To register to be at this must-attend event, just go HERE.

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