Posted March 4, 2021 Utility organisations such as electricity, water, gas and telecommunications companies were most optimistic, with 94pc looking to hire engineers in the year ahead. Meanwhile, the pandemic’s effect on the construction industry meant that civil and building engineers were more impacted than the average engineer, according to the report.
Posted March 3, 2021 Supporters of the motorway say the project will ignite new economic and industrial life in the region by unlocking a major IDA landbank in the area and supporting the Port of Cork’s move downriver to Ringaskiddy.
Posted March 2, 2021 The O’Connell Street revitalisation project covers the area between the junctions with Denmark Street/ Arthur’s Quay and Cecil Street/ Lower Cecil Street in Limerick city centre & involves the reconstruction of Limerick’s main street to expand pedestrian facilities and provide dedicated cycling and public transport infrastructure.
Posted March 1, 2021 The letter was signed by Sisk chief operating officer Donal McCarthy, JJ Rhatigan managing director Padraic Rhatigan, BAM chief executive Theo Cullinane, John Paul Construction managing director Liam Kenny and Designer Group chief executive Michael Stone among others
Posted February 26, 2021 Dublin City Council has given the O’Flynn Group, led by Cork developer Michael O’Flynn, permission to build 1,123 apartments, a 148-bedroom hotel and commercial units at Southwest Gate on the Naas Road.
Posted February 24, 2021 Construction is planned to commence on site as soon as the easing of Covid-19 restrictions will allow, and it is expected to take approximately 12 months to complete.
Posted February 23, 2021 The Director-General of the Construction Industry Federation (CIF) Tom Parlon has written to the Deputy Chief Medical Officer Dr Ronan Glynn imploring Nphet to reconsider the evidence pertaining to the industry arguing that the measures in place on building sites were effective in preventing the spread of the virus.
Posted February 22, 2021 Cork City Council is seeking a landscape architect-led team to design and deliver the project. Once completed, the Marina Park will be Ireland’s largest linear public park, covering 22 hectares — five times the area of Fitzgerald’s Park.
Posted February 18, 2021 ‘The project will involve construction of a new wastewater treatment plant at Droum South, as well as a long marine outfall pipeline that will safely discharge treated wastewater near Doctor’s Rock to the south of Castletownbere town.
Posted February 17, 2021 Construction of a new 100 million litre reservoir, to secure water supplies across Dublin city and south Co Dublin, will begin next month, Irish Water has said.