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Dublin City Centre to Welcome New Planetarium and Science Museum

  Dublin City Centre to Welcome New Planetarium and Science Museum

Exciting plans for a cutting-edge science museum and planetarium, set to be located at the National Concert Hall complex in

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National Construction Summit preview

  National Construction Summit preview

BREAKING GROUND: IRELAND’S CONSTRUCTION PODCAST ON IPROPERTYRADIO EPISODE 50 National Construction Summit 2024 March 25, 2024 Carol Tallon View the website “There’s somebody

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Lack of Investment in NI Water Infrastructure Hampers Housing Developments

  Lack of Investment in NI Water Infrastructure Hampers Housing Developments

A longstanding deficiency in Northern Ireland’s water infrastructure investment is now manifesting as a significant obstacle to new housing developments,

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DkIT’s Building Information Modelling Course Shortlisted Again for Irish Construction Excellence Award

  DkIT’s Building Information Modelling Course Shortlisted Again for Irish Construction Excellence Award

Dundalk Institute of Technology (DkIT) has once again showcased its commitment to excellence in construction education by securing a coveted

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Unilin Insulation Welcomes Aidan Doyle as General Manager for UK and Irish Operations

  Unilin Insulation Welcomes Aidan Doyle as General Manager for UK and Irish Operations

Unilin Insulation, a significant player in the insulation industry, has appointed Aidan Doyle as the General Manager for its operations

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Date set for third European Infrastructure Conference

  Date set for third European Infrastructure Conference

European Infrastructure Conference 2024 will take place in Dublin on November 14th, writes David Keniry. The third edition of the

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Ireland’s future ORE framework to published in April

  Ireland’s future ORE framework to published in April

The long-term model and vision for offshore renewable energy (ORE) in Ireland is to be published in April, David Keniry

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Joint Bands School Project Wins Sustainable Procurement and Construction Award

  Joint Bands School Project Wins Sustainable Procurement and Construction Award

The Sanctuary Awards, established in 1991, celebrate outstanding conservation and sustainability initiatives within the MOD estate, recognizing both military and

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New AI Data Center Proposal Set to Transform North Lincolnshire

  New AI Data Center Proposal Set to Transform North Lincolnshire

A groundbreaking proposal has emerged in North Lincolnshire, UK, signalling a potential technological revolution in the region. The project, set

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Construction Industry Outlook: Challenges and Opportunities Ahead

  Construction Industry Outlook: Challenges and Opportunities Ahead

The construction industry in Ireland is poised to face a slight decline of 1% in 2024, according to estimates from

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Strule Shared Education Campus Faces Funding Crisis

  Strule Shared Education Campus Faces Funding Crisis

The Strule Shared Education Campus, intended as Northern Ireland’s largest school construction project, faces significant financial challenges and delays. Originally

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Piper’s Hill College Students Secure Safe Pass Certification

  Piper’s Hill College Students Secure Safe Pass Certification

Transition year and senior cycle students at Piper’s Hill College in Naas recently completed Safe Pass training, a crucial milestone

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Development Plans in Mallow and Midleton Encounter Regulatory Roadblocks

  Development Plans in Mallow and Midleton Encounter Regulatory Roadblocks

Plans for housing developments in Mallow and Midleton face differing fates as regulatory hurdles shape their trajectories. In Mallow, Oakfield

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Housing and Regulatory Reform Top Chambers’ Election Priorities

  Housing and Regulatory Reform Top Chambers’ Election Priorities

As the local and European elections loom, Chambers Ireland is making its priorities clear, emphasizing the urgent need for more

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Shannon Airport Group Shortlisted for Two Construction and Architecture Awards

  Shannon Airport Group Shortlisted for Two Construction and Architecture Awards

Exciting news emerges from the Shannon Airport Group as it secures nominations for two prestigious national awards in construction and

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Galway’s Billion-Euro Connection to Asia

  Galway’s Billion-Euro Connection to Asia

In a groundbreaking initiative set to redefine global connectivity, a billion-euro subsea cable project is poised to transform Galway into

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Planning Granted for Major Development at Tipperary Racecourse

  Planning Granted for Major Development at Tipperary Racecourse

Tipperary County Council has given the green light for a significant development at Powerstown Park Ltd, marking a new chapter

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Supernode calls for clear plan for grid technology as new chair appointed

  Supernode calls for clear plan for grid technology as new chair appointed

SuperNode Ltd has welcomed Ireland’s Offshore Wind Industrial Strategy as new board members appointed following the passing of founder Eddie

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Minister Harris Confirms Government Approval for Measures to Recruit More People into Construction

  Minister Harris Confirms Government Approval for Measures to Recruit More People into Construction

Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris TD, has welcomed the Government’s approval to implement

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Ireland’s Construction Industry Faces Climate Change Challenge

  Ireland’s Construction Industry Faces Climate Change Challenge

The European Environment Agency (EEA) has recently released a report stressing the urgency for Ireland’s construction industry to proactively address

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State-Supported Courses Elevate Skills in Construction, Sustainability, and AI Expertise

  State-Supported Courses Elevate Skills in Construction, Sustainability, and AI Expertise

In a significant strategic move, Minister for Further and Higher Education Simon Harris is set to unveil a groundbreaking initiative

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Irish Rail Raises Concerns Over Proposed Housing Development in Gort

  Irish Rail Raises Concerns Over Proposed Housing Development in Gort

Irish Rail has expressed concerns regarding a significant housing development planned for Gort, particularly due to its close proximity to

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Weev Named ‘Charge Point Operator of the Year’ at 2024 Electric Vehicle Awards

  Weev Named ‘Charge Point Operator of the Year’ at 2024 Electric Vehicle Awards

Weev, a leading electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure company in Northern Ireland, has been honored with the prestigious title of ‘Charge

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Delays and Costs Mount for Belfast’s York Street Interchange Project

  Delays and Costs Mount for Belfast’s York Street Interchange Project

The York Street Interchange project in Belfast, aimed at alleviating congestion at Northern Ireland’s busiest road junction, has faced persistent

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Road Safety Authority Halts Controversial Tractor Regulations Amid Industry Backlash

  Road Safety Authority Halts Controversial Tractor Regulations Amid Industry Backlash

In a surprising development, the Road Safety Authority (RSA) has halted its plans to enforce strict regulations for tractor drivers

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Walls Construction Shareholder Dispute Resolved through Mediation

  Walls Construction Shareholder Dispute Resolved through Mediation

In a recent development, the longstanding dispute among Walls Construction shareholders over a proposed “growth share scheme” has been resolved

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Irish Residential Construction Activity Contracts for 17th Consecutive Month, Threatening Government’s Home Completion Targets

  Irish Residential Construction Activity Contracts for 17th Consecutive Month, Threatening Government’s Home Completion Targets

Irish residential construction activity continued its downward trend for the 17th consecutive month in February, posing a challenge to the

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M&N Civil Engineering Marks 20 Years of Excellence in Irish Construction Industry

  M&N Civil Engineering Marks 20 Years of Excellence in Irish Construction Industry

M&N Civil Engineering recently celebrated a remarkable milestone as it reached its 20th year in business. Founded in 2004 by

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MetroLink Boosts Property Protection: €75,000 Repairs Offered Amid Construction Impact

  MetroLink Boosts Property Protection: €75,000 Repairs Offered Amid Construction Impact

Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) has responded to homeowner concerns along the MetroLink route by raising the threshold for property protection.

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Overhaul in Tractor Driver Licensing Sparks Controversy and Job Concerns in Ireland

  Overhaul in Tractor Driver Licensing Sparks Controversy and Job Concerns in Ireland

The recent modifications to the tractor driver licence category in Ireland, specifically the ‘W’ category, are causing a stir within

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