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Railway Heritage Helps Put Horgan’s Quay on Track in €160m City Build

Posted Monday, 18th of February

Ireland’s rich railway heritage is at the centre of an ambitious €160m development hailed as a milestone in urban industrial conservation. The Horgan’s Quay development in Cork by Clarendon and […]

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Taoiseach Turns Sod On Dublin Airport’s New Runway

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Posted Friday, 15th of February

An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar TD and the Minister for Transport Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross TD today performed the official sod-turning for Dublin Airport’s new North Runway project. The new […]

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John Paul Announce Key Senior Appointments

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Posted Thursday, 14th of February

John Paul Construction have announced a number of key appointments to its senior leadership team. Liam Kenny and John Moran have been appointed to the board as Construction Directors.  Liam […]

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SRC Breaks New Ground with £15m Banbridge Campus

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Building work on Southern Regional College’s new £15 million educational campus in Banbridge began in earnest this week after preparatory works on the Castlewellan Road site were completed on schedule […]

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€770 million Capital Programme for Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council

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Posted Tuesday, 12th of February

Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council noted a Capital Expenditure Programme of circa €770m at yesterday evening’s Council meeting. The Three Year Capital Programme 2019-2021 will deliver a considerable number of infrastructural […]

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Housing Demand Boosts Construction Activity – UB PMI

Posted Monday, 11th of February

Irish construction firms continued to experience solid, though slower, growth in January according to the latest results of the Ulster Bank Construction PMI survey. The headline PMI eased to a […]

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€7 Billion Expansion for Intel in Advanced Stage

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Multinational micro-chip producer Intel is prepared to spend up to $8 billion (€7 billion) on a manufacturing facility proposed for its base in Co Kildare, planning documents show. State officials are increasingly […]

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Hammerson Hope to Turn Henry Street into Late Night Shopping Destination

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Posted Wednesday, 6th of February

THE OWNERS OF the Ilac Shopping Centre are in talks with Henry Street retailers with the intention of turning the area into a late-night shopping district. Hammerson, a UK-based firm […]

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Growth in UK Construction Output Slows

Posted Tuesday, 5th of February

Growth in Britain’s construction industry ebbed in January to its weakest since icy weather beset the sector last March, as uncertainty around Brexit dragged particularly on commercial building work, a […]

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Ardstone Secures €110m Funding From BOI to Support Construction of 2500 Home

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Ardstone Homes, founded by former senior Friends First executives, has secured a €110 million revolving credit facility from Bank of Ireland as it seeks to deliver more than 2,500 homes over the near term. […]

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Beautiful Day for U2 Fans as Planning Permission Approved

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Posted Thursday, 24th of January

The long-planned U2 visitor centre in the docklands area of Dublin has been given the green light after plans for a scaled-down version of the original design were approved by Dublin […]

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Nama Provides Land for Cairn JV to Build 550 Homes

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Posted Wednesday, 23rd of January

Nama has entered a joint venture with one of the country’s largest developers, Cairn, to build 550 homes. Under the agreement, a new company – 75pc owned by Cairn and […]

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