Construction

Increased Infrastructure Spending Critical to Solving Housing Crisis

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Posted Thursday, 24th of August

The Construction Industry Federation (CIF) has called on government to increase investment in infrastructure and to establish a small builders fund to put the construction industry on a sustainable footing. […]

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Crane Strike Costing Irish Economy Millions

#CIF #Cranestrike

Posted Thursday, 17th of August

Several high-profile building contractors have placed workers on protective notice and warned of temporary lay-offs following an escalation of industrial action by crane drivers in a dispute over pay. The […]

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CIF Warning Over Spiralling Insurance Costs

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Posted Monday, 24th of July

The Construction Industry Federation (CIF) has warned that spiralling insurance premiums are adding to construction costs. Over the past 12 months Employer Liability/Public Liability (EL/PL) premiums have risen by up […]

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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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Delivering on a tall order at Páirc Uí Chaoimh

#CIF #CranehireLtd

Posted Wednesday, 26th of April

Crane Hire Ltd played an integral role in the recent refurbishments at the home of Cork GAA, Páirc Uí Chaoimh. After a €80 million upgrade the now 45,000 capacity stadium, […]

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Construction

Low Investment in Regional Infrastructure Leading to Dangerously Imbalanced Economy

#CIF #Regionaldevelopmentroadmap

Posted Monday, 3rd of April

The Construction Industry Federation has warned that low levels of infrastructural investment in regional areas will fundamentally undermine Ireland’s economic performance in the next decade. The warning came at the […]

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Room to Improve as Homeowners Spent Billions on their Homes in 2016

#CIF #HRI #roomtoimprove

Posted Wednesday, 29th of March

Irish homeowners have availed of €1.2 billion in total through the Home Renovation Incentive (HRI) since its launch in 2013. This incentive has facilitated homeowners in carrying out nearly 77,000 […]

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Home to Work: Meet Eoin Darby

#CIF #hometowork #returningdiaspora

Posted Thursday, 9th of March

CNI in association with Construction Industry Federation ( CIF ) are running a series of interviews with returned emigrants who have come home to work in the industry in Ireland – why […]

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Home to Work – Meet Shane Walsh, Rossmore Civil Engineering

#CIF #hometowork #returningdiaspora

Posted Monday, 6th of March

CNI in association with Construction Industry Federation ( CIF ) are running a series of interviews with returned emigrants who have come home to work in the industry in Ireland – why […]

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Home to Work: Meet Richard Thompson from H A O’Neill

#CIF #hometowork #JonesGroup #returningdiaspora

Posted Thursday, 2nd of March

CNI in association with CIF are running a series of interviews with returned emigrants who have come home to work in the industry in Ireland – why they left, why […]

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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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Home to Work: Meet Phil Loughran of P.Loughran Construction

#CIF #hometowork #returningdiaspora

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Over the next 4 weeks, CNI in association with CIF will be running a series of interviews with returned emigrants who have come home to work in the industry in […]

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