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John Paul Construction Announce Senior Appointments

Posted Friday, 31st of May

Leading Irish construction firm, John Paul Construction has announced a number of senior appointments to its leadership team. Liam Kenny has been appointed Deputy Managing Director. Liam, who joined the […]

Construction

FM Approved Quality Building Materials continue UK Expansion

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Quality Building Materials (QBM) is one of Irelands leading independent specialist suppliers of flat roofing systems for the construction industry. The Irish owned and operated practice by managing partners David […]

Construction

Irish Startup Zoobox Set to Revolutionise Eco-Tourism

#Zoobox

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Irish startup Zoobox promises a high-end, off-grid experience for a stressed out generation, offering lots of cool features as well as being kind to the environment. Zoobox is a naturally- […]

Construction

Cork City Welcomes 85,000 New Residents as it Expands Fivefold in Size

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In a historic day for Cork City,  today, May 31 2019, the city will increase fivefold in size and will welcome 85,000 new residents. Due to the first extension of […]

Construction

Increase in Construction Exports Drives Further Stability in Market

#CIF

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Construction exports have increased by 22% to €1.97 billion over the last year.  This increase was the largest recorded by any sector according to Enterprise Ireland. Director of Communications and […]

Construction

Two Floating Office Floors to Overlook Liffey

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Two floating office floors over a redeveloped former warehouse building bring an unusual integration of old and new to Dublin’s south docklands. The full-glazed floors are an attractive feature of […]

Commercial Property

Intel Granted Planning for €3.5bn Plant

Posted Tuesday, 21st of May

Kildare County Council has given the green light to plans by Intel for its planned new $4bn (€3.53bn) manufacturing fabrication (fab) facility at its Leixlip plant. The planning authority has given […]

Construction

BOI Approves €750m in Development Finance

Posted Monday, 20th of May

Bank of Ireland has approved more than €750m in development finance to fund the construction of thousands of new homes and student beds. The bank, which has a €1.5bn rolling […]

Commercial Property

The Case for Cork – Investing In Ireland’s Second City

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CBRE has released a comprehensive new report focussing on the unique attributes of Ireland’s second largest city Cork, which is fast gaining prominence and generating interest from occupiers & investors alike. […]

Construction

Winners Announced of the Inaugural ULI Excellence in Placemaking Awards

#CBRE

Posted Friday, 17th of May

CBRE and the Urban Land Institute (ULI) held an event last night in the capital to announce the winners of the inaugural ‘ULI Excellence in Placemaking’ awards. The awards were […]

Commercial Property

Brady’s Inn One of Four Sites Being Considered for Co-Living by Bartra

#Bartra

Posted Thursday, 16th of May

Bartra, the property and infrastructural development company established by Richard Barrett, is considering its options for the development of the Bradys Castleknock Inn site on the Old Navan Road, Dublin […]

Commercial Property

Marker Hotel Comes to The Market Guiding €125m

#CBRE

Posted Wednesday, 15th of May

CBRE has been instructed to bring one of Dublin’s most contemporary, stylish and successful five-star hotels, The Marker, for sale by Private Treaty with a guide price of €125m. The […]

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