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Commercial Property

Dublin’s tallest office building, The EXO, welcomes multiple new tenants

Posted Tuesday, 24th of October

Joint agents Savills Ireland and CBRE are thrilled to announce a series of new lettings, totalling more than 46,000 sq ft, at The EXO, Dublin’s tallest office building, situated at […]


Bridging the Skills Gap in Ireland


Posted Friday, 13th of January

It is no secret that the construction & manufacturing sectors are suffering from a massive skills shortage fuelled by the pandemic as well as the growth of construction activity in […]


Elliott Group Topping Out in Cork with Premier Inn


Posted Wednesday, 9th of November

Last week, Elliott Group welcomed guests to the Topping Out ceremony at the new 187 bed Premier Inn development on Morrison’s Quay in Cork City Centre under blue skies. Formerly […]


New Report Highlights the Unprecedented Opportunity for the Atlantic Region

#offshore #wind

Posted Friday, 28th of October

A new report released today led by a collaboration of regional stakeholders identifies an unprecedented opportunity for the Atlantic Region in the Growth of Onshore to Offshore Wind. The study was commissioned […]


G20 Countries Falling Short on Building Emissions Reduction

Posted Thursday, 27th of October

The world’s biggest nations are putting the 2050 net zero targets signed under the Paris Agreement in doubt, by moving too slowly to refurbish buildings and cut carbon emissions, a […]


Sean Kelly Hosts Event to Highlight Ireland’s Potential for Solar Generation

Posted Monday, 10th of October

MEP for Ireland South, Seán Kelly, will host a high-level online webinar to discuss Ireland’s potential for solar generation on Tuesday afternoon, 11th October at12:30, entitled ‘Leave No Roof Behind: Ireland’s solar energy […]

Residential Property

Continued Growth in Mortgage Approvals in August


Posted Thursday, 29th of September

 Banking & Payments Federation Ireland (BPFI) has today published the latest figures from the BPFI Mortgage Approvals Report for August 2022. The following are the key elements: A total of 5,544 mortgages […]

Commercial Property

Citigroup Nears €100m Deal for New European HQ in Dublin


Posted Tuesday, 6th of September

Citigroup is close to signing a €100m deal to buy a new office site in the heart of Dublin in a significant boost to the scale of its European headquarters […]


Cian Farrell: Regeneration of our Existing Built Environment

Posted Tuesday, 26th of July

Lecturer Cian Farrell took the stand as a keynote speaker at the Institution of Structural Engineers Young Engineers Conference last week. The conference was held at the University of Salford, […]


Donegal Primary School Students Scoop Top Engineering Award

Posted Wednesday, 25th of May

Third-class students from Robertson National School, Ballintra, Co. Donegal, have been crowned national winners of Engineers Ireland’s STEPS Young Engineers Award for their Hydro-Electro Storm project, a solar and rain […]


Most Construction Companies Unwilling to Take on Fixed Price Contracts

Posted Monday, 23rd of May

Nine out of 10 construction companies say they are unwilling to take on fixed price contracts given the ongoing exceptional increases in raw material costs. That’s according to a new […]


Retrofitting Scheme Produces Life-Changing Results for Residents

Posted Thursday, 19th of May

Sligo County Council and the Cranmore Regeneration Project are on track to complete by 2024 a major €15million scheme to improve the energy efficiency of 350 houses on the Cranmore […]