About - Construction Network Ireland - Construction Network Ireland

The Social & Information Hub for the Construction Industry

CNI is a national network for the construction industry, acting as a hub for news, events and connections. Promoting excellence within the industry, CNI offers its members unrivalled networking and business development opportunities.

Our mission is to assist stakeholders across Ireland’s construction industry to develop quality new business opportunities and relationships through our structured, positive and professional support services.

Networking is essential in the construction industry

We want to provide Irish construction professionals with tailored, dynamic and effective services to grow their businesses and the market as a whole.

Through our key services, which are based on valued trust, we aim to generate real opportunities which translate in sustainable business.

By working with CNI, you can get effective results for your business.

Our Services

Industry Networking

Word of mouth is the best form of recommendation.

Event Management

CNI events bring market leaders together for targeted networking events.

Our Director

Construction Network Ireland – Ireland’s networking resource for the construction industry is founded by talented businesswoman and entrepreneur Hayley Elliott.

Hayley’s background includes managing the membership of a high profile Dublin venue. Further event and corporate hospitality experience was gained while establishing, building and managing an exclusive Concierge Company for high net worth individuals and companies, Irish and International. A qualification in Property Management and Digital Marketing prompted a move to the construction sector.

She has gained industry-wide experience and recognition over recent  years, across Sales, Management, Business Development, Resourcing and Marketing. Construction Network Ireland is the accumulation of Ms Elliott’s unique ambition and abilities; her vision is to maximise the untapped opportunities and resources within the construction industry for the benefit of the entire sector.

Latest News

Commercial Property

Bisnow Launch Inaugural Event for Dublin

#Bisnow

Posted Thursday, 15th of February

If you’re involved in real estate, these are transformative times.Disruption is poised to blow through your industries. Should you be alarmed—or delighted? A housing crisis in flux, Brexit, the rise […]

Engineering

Ethos Engineering Joins Host in Ireland as a Partner for 2018

#Ethos #HII

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Host in Ireland, a strategic global initiative created to increase awareness of the benefits of hosting digital assets in Ireland, and winner of the Datacloud Europe 2016 award for Innovative […]

Construction

MSD is to Develop a new Biotechnology Facility in Dublin

#ida #MSD

Posted

MSD is to develop a new biotechnology facility in Dublin, with the expected creation of up to 350 new jobs. Known as MSD Biotech, Dublin, the facility will be constructed […]

Commercial Property

Public Realm Initiatives Can Improve Well Being and Increase Real Estate Values

#CBRE

Posted Wednesday, 12th of July

Effective public realm intervention can dramatically improve human wellbeing and real estate values as well as supporting long-term resilience. This is one of the key findings from a study released […]

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Commercial Property

Increased Appetite for Atlternative Investment in Ireland

#BTR #Healthcare #PBSA

Posted Wednesday, 7th of June

  CBRE today released a very interesting report in conjunction with Future Analytics Consulting Ltd (FAC) focussing on the increasing appetite in the Irish market for investment in ‘alternative sectors’. […]

Events

Fitout Conference 2017: Wellbeing at the Heart of the Fitout

#fitoutconference2017

Posted Tuesday, 7th of March

The WELL Building standard has gathered momentum Stateside over the past three years, however, the first building to gain WELL accreditation in Europe –  One Carter Place, London ( located […]

12 Projects of Christmas

Pearse Lyons Distillery – 12 Projects of Christmas

##12PX #pearseLyonsdistillery

Posted Thursday, 22nd of December

In our first annual '12 Projects of Christmas' we have celebrated the best of Irish architecture, design and engineering from 2016, and while it has been conducted in no particular [...]

12 Projects of Christmas

12 Projects of Christmas: The Dublin Port Diving Bell

##12PX

Posted Wednesday, 7th of December

Re-imagining and reinvigorating a piece of ingenious design that was created by one of Ireland's greatest engineers  is no small feat. It is actually an incredibly brave and important project [...]

12 Projects of Christmas

12 Projects of Christmas in Association with Ethos Engineering

##12PX

Posted Tuesday, 6th of December

For the twelve days of Christmas, Construction Network Ireland in association with Ethos Engineering want to give you the gift of inspiration – click here every day to reveal one [...]

Commercial Property

Meet the A-Team of Real Estate & Construction Law; Matheson

#Matheson #Womeninconstruction

Posted Wednesday, 23rd of November

For the final “Women in Construction” feature of the current series, Construction Network Ireland sat down with four of the women in the Commercial Real Estate and Construction and Engineering […]

Commercial Property

A World Class Juggling Act-Meet Claire Solon

#Friendsfirst #scsi #Womeninconstruction

Posted Thursday, 3rd of November

Having taken on two huge roles in the last year, as head of property at Friends First, and President of the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI), Claire Solon is […]

Project

Planning Scheme for Poolbeg Wins Overall Award for Excellence in Planning

##poolbeg

Posted Wednesday, 14th of February

Dublin City Council’s planning scheme for a Strategic Development Zone (SDZ) on Dublin’s Poolbeg Peninsula was declared winner of the overall award for excellence in planning in Ireland by the […]

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Reports

Dublin Rents are €4500 Higher than Celtic Tiger Peak

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RENTS IN EVERY county in Ireland rose in the last quarter of 2017, according to a new report, with the average Dublin asking rent €4,500 per year higher than at the […]

Construction

Activity Rises at Fastest Pace in Eight Months During January

#UlsterbankPMI

Posted Monday, 12th of February

The Irish construction sector made a strong start to 2018, posting faster increases in activity, new orders and employment, as well as seeing confidence improve again. Meanwhile, input costs rose […]

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