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CIF Women in Construction Breakfast Briefing

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Posted Thursday, 14th of September

The CIF will host our second Women in Construction Breakfast Briefing event #BuildingEquality from 8am to 10am on Tuesday 26th of September at Construction House. This is event follows on […]

Construction

CIF View: Lead by example with a goal-driven diversity & inclusion policy

#CIF #Womeninconstruction

Posted Wednesday, 12th of July

Attracting workers into construction will require a radical shift in the sector’s corporate culture, but make careers in the industry more desirable to a wider talent pool. The DKM Report Demand […]

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Construction

Construction Leaders Building an Alliance to Increase Female Participation in the Industry

#CIF #IWD #WIC

Posted Tuesday, 28th of February

Female participation continues to grow across many sectors in Irish society, from politics and business to sport and technology. Construction appears to be a last bastion of male domination in […]

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Fantastic Evening for CNI’s Inaugural ‘Women in Construction’ Event

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Posted Monday, 13th of February

Construction Network Ireland, recently hosted their inaugural ‘Women in Construction Networking Event’, held in the new Airbnb Dublin office and sponsored by Total Fitout. Over 100 women attended, representing all […]

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 […]

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Pushing Boundaries – Meet Krystyna Linkowska

#LMC-Engineering #Womeninconstruction

Posted Tuesday, 15th of November

Krystyna Linkowska is an Associate Director at LMC Engineering and has 12 years of experience in the construction industry in Ireland, working through some of the most challenging times in […]

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 […]

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Conserving Architecture For The Modern World

#molaarchitecture #SineadHughes #Womeninconstruction

Posted Friday, 28th of October

Sineád Hughes has worked with MOLA Architecture since it was set up in 2010 and was previously an Associate Director with Murray Ó Laoire Architects. Hughes has a swathe of […]

Commercial Property

Meet Michelle Kelleher – Real Estate & Facilities Manager at Airbnb

#Womeninconstruction

Posted Wednesday, 19th of October

As Real Estate and Facilities Manager for the EMEA region at Airbnb, no two days are ever the same for Michelle Kelleher, a challenge that she relishes. She spoke to […]

Engineering

Engineering Pioneer – Meet Dr Sarah Ingle

#ACEI #Womeninconstruction

Posted Wednesday, 12th of October

Dr Sarah Ingle- a trailblazer from a young age – and the first woman ever to graduate from Production Engineering in DIT Bolton St – talks about life as Secretary […]

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Engineering

A Mine of Information when it comes to Engineering

#EthosEngineering #SusanCormican #Womeninconstruction

Posted Wednesday, 5th of October

From shovelling rocks to designing hospitals, Susan Cormican, Operations Director at Ethos Engineering tells us about her eventful career. Why did you choose a career in engineering? I was one […]

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Ireland’s construction sector is “missing out on much-needed female talent” by not addressing gender imbalance

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Posted Friday, 30th of September

The construction sector in Ireland must improve gender diversity if it is to tackle the industry-wide skills shortage, according to integrated infrastructure services firm AECOM. The current gender imbalance, with […]

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