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Construction Opportunities Across Europe

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Posted Monday, 13th of November

kppm are working with a leading Irish Construction Company who are working on large-scale Pharmaceutical and Life Science construction projects throughout Europe and are looking to recruit: Contracts Managers  for […]

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Ulster Bank Ireland Construction PMI – October 2017

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The latest results of the Ulster Bank Construction PMI survey show that Irish construction firms continue to report healthy rates of expansion. The headline PMI did ease in October, consistent […]

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Disruption Meets Construction -Smart Construct Conference

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Posted Wednesday, 8th of November

The Construction sector is one of the least digitised sectors in Ireland. SMART Construct is shaking up the industry by bringing a wealth of experts to the Armagh City Hotel […]

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Plans for 1000 Homes lodged with An Bord Pleanala

Posted Monday, 6th of November

Permission for more than 1,000 homes and 3,000 student bed spaces has been lodged with An Bord Pleanála under a fast-track planning process. The planning appeals board will decide by […]

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Waterfront Project Costing €160M Will Kick Start Cork Docklands

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Posted Monday, 30th of October

CORK is the focus of a €160m waterfront project which aims to kick-start the redevelopment of the city’s vast docklands. The €160m project, which includes three multi-storey office blocks complete […]

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LMC Modular ltd. The journey continues………………………………..

#LMC #modular

Posted Thursday, 26th of October

“Now the sky is the only limit?” LMC Group – the rapidly expanding consortium of companies headed up by Martin Lydon and Stephen McConnell – finished our last encounter with […]

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Baz Ashmawy and his Mammy Nancy feature in a ‘Five Ways to Save your Mammy On Site’ awareness campaign

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Posted Wednesday, 25th of October

The Construction Industry Federation (CIF) launched its #CIFsafety17 Construction Safety Week campaign on Monday. Construction workers across Ireland downed tools for one minute to mark the beginning of Construction Safety […]

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“The Real Costs of New Apartment Delivery” Report

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The cost of delivering a low rise apartment in suburban Dublin is €293K Delivery cost of medium rise apartments in the city ranges from €470K to €578K Report finds delivery […]

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Ireland’s First Syndicated Property Finance Platform Launched with €1.5 million Crowd-Lending Loan

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Posted Monday, 23rd of October

Initiative Ireland has today announced the launch of Ireland’s first syndicated property finance platform (www.initiativeireland.ie). The launch coincides with the company’s pre-approval of a €1.5 million secured loan, which has […]

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CRH to go ahead with aquisition of fifth largest US cement producers

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Construction giant CRH said on Monday that it will go ahead with its $3.5 billion acquisition of the fifth largest US cement manufacturer, Ash Grove Cement Company, following shareholder approval. The deal, which […]

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Jones Engineering Group Win All Ireland Supreme Safety Award 2017

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Posted Monday, 16th of October

The 26th Annual National Irish Safety Organisation / Northern Ireland Safety Group (NISO/NISG) Safety Awards took place on 13 October 2017 at a special ceremony in Galway at which the […]

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Court Rules in Favour of Apple for Data Centre Plans in Athenry

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Posted Thursday, 12th of October

The Commercial Court has dismissed two challenges to an Apple data centre in Co Galway, the first stage of a planned €850m development of eight centres there. Mr Justice Paul […]