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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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TII to Lower Tunnels for Metrolink to Mitigate Building Damage

  TII to Lower Tunnels for Metrolink to Mitigate Building Damage

Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) has agreed to excavate tunnels deeper into the ground during the construction of the Metrolink to

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Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) Agrees to Deeper Tunnel Construction for Metrolink to Prevent Building Damage

  Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) Agrees to Deeper Tunnel Construction for Metrolink to Prevent Building Damage

Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) has consented to excavating tunnels deeper into the ground during the Metrolink construction to mitigate potential

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CIÉ’s Legal Battle for Control of Dublin’s Skyline

  CIÉ’s Legal Battle for Control of Dublin’s Skyline

In Dublin’s city centre, a legal tussle unfolds as CIE seeks possession of a prime site earmarked for Ireland’s tallest

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Travis Perkins Anticipates Post-Election Recovery Amidst Business Reshuffle

  Travis Perkins Anticipates Post-Election Recovery Amidst Business Reshuffle

Travis Perkins, a prominent construction product retailer, anticipates a delayed recovery for the UK construction sector pending the outcome of

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Phoenix Tower International Acquires Cellnex’s Telecom Infrastructure Business in Ireland for €971m

  Phoenix Tower International Acquires Cellnex’s Telecom Infrastructure Business in Ireland for €971m

Phoenix Tower International (PTI) has finalized the acquisition of Cellnex’s telecom infrastructure business in Ireland for a whopping €971 million.

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NTA Releases Comprehensive Survey on Walking, Wheeling, and Cycling in Ireland

  NTA Releases Comprehensive Survey on Walking, Wheeling, and Cycling in Ireland

The National Transport Authority (NTA) has unveiled the results of its groundbreaking survey, marking the most extensive analysis to date

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Mayo’s Battle for Adequate Adaptation Grants

  Mayo’s Battle for Adequate Adaptation Grants

Mayo grapples with a housing crisis at its core, as Fine Gael representative Deputy Alan Dillon spotlights the inadequacy of

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ICW Group’s Showcase Awards Illuminate Industry Triumphs

  ICW Group’s Showcase Awards Illuminate Industry Triumphs

The ICW Group’s Showcase Awards recently honoured six outstanding construction companies in Northern Ireland, highlighting their remarkable achievements in building

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RFQ for Dublin university campus partnership

  RFQ for Dublin university campus partnership

A private partner is sought to design, build, and finance a campus building for Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin), writes

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Key consultation launched for building Ireland’s grid 

  Key consultation launched for building Ireland’s grid 

Ireland’s utilities regulator has launched a consultation on models to build, finance, and maintain the grid to harness offshore wind,

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Energy industry leaders to gather in Waterford

  Energy industry leaders to gather in Waterford

The Power & Energy Conference 2024 will take place in Waterford on June 13th. This conference and exhibition brings together

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Bob & Berts Expands with Out-of-Town Store in Strabane

  Bob & Berts Expands with Out-of-Town Store in Strabane

Independent coffee chain Bob & Berts has achieved a groundbreaking milestone with the opening of its 30th store, marking its

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Chadwicks Group Unveils Transformed Wexford Branch with Wexford GAA Stars in Attendance

  Chadwicks Group Unveils Transformed Wexford Branch with Wexford GAA Stars in Attendance

Chadwicks Group, Ireland’s premier builders’ merchants, celebrated a significant milestone with the unveiling of the revamped Wexford branch. The ribbon-cutting

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Advancing Modern Methods of Construction: Breaking Barriers in Ireland

  Advancing Modern Methods of Construction: Breaking Barriers in Ireland

In a collaborative effort between the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) and TASC, a prominent economic and social think-tank in

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Ireland Redefines Construction Standards: NSAI’s Initiative Ushers in a New Era

  Ireland Redefines Construction Standards: NSAI’s Initiative Ushers in a New Era

Dubbed “Ireland Raises the Roof,” the National Standards Authority of Ireland (NSAI) has embarked on a transformative journey to reshape

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Rescuing County Derry’s Environment: A £700 Million Challenge

  Rescuing County Derry’s Environment: A £700 Million Challenge

The Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (Daera) in County Derry faces a potential financial catastrophe as the cost

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Nautic Building Company Faces Liquidation, Leaving Creditors in the Lurch with Over €5.2 Million Debt

  Nautic Building Company Faces Liquidation, Leaving Creditors in the Lurch with Over €5.2 Million Debt

Nautic Building Company, an established construction firm in Co Limerick, has faced financial collapse, leading to its liquidation with debts

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CMA Launches Probe into Housebuilders Over Suspected Information Sharing

  CMA Launches Probe into Housebuilders Over Suspected Information Sharing

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has initiated an investigation into eight major housebuilders due to concerns about the potential

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Funding Withdrawal Delays Ten Integrated School Projects in Northern Ireland

  Funding Withdrawal Delays Ten Integrated School Projects in Northern Ireland

Education Minister Paul Givan has revealed that ten new-build integrated school projects in Northern Ireland are facing delays due to

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McLaughlin & Harvey Faces £9 Million Pre-Tax Loss Amidst Industry Challenges

  McLaughlin & Harvey Faces £9 Million Pre-Tax Loss Amidst Industry Challenges

In the face of a challenging year for the construction industry, McLaughlin & Harvey, a prominent construction group in the

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Ecocem and Biodiversity in Schools Launch Nationwide ‘Wildwalls’ Campaign

  Ecocem and Biodiversity in Schools Launch Nationwide ‘Wildwalls’ Campaign

Ecocem, a pioneering force in low-carbon cement technologies in Europe, has joined forces with Biodiversity in Schools for the ‘Wildwalls’

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DUP Leader Sir Jeffrey Donaldson Welcomes Irish Government Support for Cross-Border Projects, Calls for UK Government Responsibility for Northern Ireland Infrastructure

  DUP Leader Sir Jeffrey Donaldson Welcomes Irish Government Support for Cross-Border Projects, Calls for UK Government Responsibility for Northern Ireland Infrastructure

Sir Jeffrey Donaldson, leader of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP), has welcomed the Irish Government’s pledge of €800 million for

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Transport Infrastructure Ireland Announces €23.4 Million for Road Projects in Sligo and Leitrim

  Transport Infrastructure Ireland Announces €23.4 Million for Road Projects in Sligo and Leitrim

Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) has unveiled a significant funding allocation of €23.4 million for road projects in Sligo and Leitrim,

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Goodbody Report Highlights Challenges Facing Irish Housebuilding Industry

  Goodbody Report Highlights Challenges Facing Irish Housebuilding Industry

A recent report by broker Goodbody sheds light on the challenges facing the Irish housebuilding industry, emphasizing the need for

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Building Ireland’s transport system to be discussed at Mobility Conference

  Building Ireland’s transport system to be discussed at Mobility Conference

Mobility Now will see industry leaders and innovators discuss the latest technology disruptions and opportunities in building a sustainable and

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Commercial Court Hears Arguments Over Walls Construction’s Growth Share Scheme

  Commercial Court Hears Arguments Over Walls Construction’s Growth Share Scheme

The Commercial Court recently heard arguments regarding Walls Construction’s proposed growth share scheme, which aims to retain key personnel and

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