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Tara Flynn Completes Term as President of the Master Builders’ and Contractors’ Association


Posted Tuesday, 22nd of November

Galway businesswoman, Tara Flynn, this week completed her year-long term as President of the Master Builders’ and Contractors’ Association, a constituent body of the Construction Industry Federation.  The Director at […]


MWB Two Ltd Apply for Planning Permission for Development at Bessboro, Blackrock

Posted Wednesday, 16th of November

MWB Two Ltd has applied for planning permission for a modern 92 unit residential development at Bessboro, Blackrock, Cork. The application is being project managed by PFS Private, a property […]


AG Pledges to Reduce its Carbon Footprint by 30%


Posted Tuesday, 15th of November

Fivemiletown headquartered Paving and Building Products firm, AG, has reinforced its position as a market leader in sustainable construction through its latest pledge to reduce its carbon footprint by 30% […]


Shannon Airport Group turn sod on new €6 million R&D Development

Posted Monday, 14th of November

The Shannon Airport Group has today broken ground on its latest €6 million-euro commercial property development on the Shannon Campus.  The multi-million-euro investment will see the development of a 40,000 sq. ft. research and development technology facility suitable for manufacturing, industrial and R&D needs, for FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) or Irish […]


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 […]


Ireland Construction Market Size, Trends and Forecasts 2022-2026

Posted Friday, 28th of October

It is estimated that Ireland’s construction industry will grow by 10.6% this year, following a 4.7% annual decrease in 2021. Despite this expansion, construction output levels in real terms will […]


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 […]


McAvoy Continues on Return to Sustainable Profitability

Posted Monday, 24th of October

Offsite manufacturing specialist, McAvoy Group Limited has marked its 50th year in business with a continued return to sustainable profitability, according to its latest set of consolidated group accounts. The Lisburn-based […]


John Paul Look to the Future with Investment in AEC Education


Posted Tuesday, 18th of October

John Paul Construction has publicly announced a strategic partnership with Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin), which began in 2019 to develop Design + Construct, a centre for collaborative, multidisciplinary education […]


Eli Lilly Granted Permission for €400m Limerick Plant

Posted Thursday, 13th of October

Biopharmaceutical company, Eli Lilly, has received planning permission for its proposed new biologics plant in Co Limerick. Plans for the €400m facility were announced by the US company in January. […]


Ireland’s Construction Leaders Come Together to Champion Modern Methods of Construction


Some of Ireland’s best known construction brands are amongst the founding members of a new industry body, MMC Ireland, established to represent those involved in the planning, design, procurement or […]


Dublin City Council Lodges Planning Application for 578 Homes

Posted Thursday, 6th of October

Dublin City Council has lodged a planning application to build 578 social and cost rental homes together with a mix-use development to include a supermarket, library and community facilities in […]