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Surge in On-Site Residential Construction Activity in Q4 2016

#CIS

Posted Saturday, 26th of November

High level Overview of Residential Construction Activity Surge Construction Information Services (CIS) has observed a significant increase in residential construction projects moving to On-Site stage at the start of Q4 […]

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Commercial Property

Top Property & Construction Stories of the Week; 10 at 10

#10at10 #newsroudup

Posted Friday, 25th of November

Some of the most noteworthy construction & property stories from the last week, as compiled by the team at Construction Network Ireland. (Have a story you think should be covered? […]

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 […]

Commercial Property

Refurbishment of Former European Union House Nears Completion

#40molesworthstreet #savills

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40 Molesworth Street, the former office of the European Union in Ireland, has been undergoing an extensive refurbishment over the past year and is due to be ready for occupation […]

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Commercial Property

Development Partner Sought for €30m Bray Retail Centre

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Posted Wednesday, 16th of November

Savills has been appointed by Wicklow County Council to seek a development partner for a 250,000 square foot retail scheme in the heart of Bray, Co. Wicklow. The high profile […]

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Commercial Property

€6 Billion’s Worth of Construction Projects Went On-Site in First Nine Months of 2016

#CIS #marketreview2016

Posted Friday, 4th of November

Construction Information Services (CIS) have just published their Q3 Construction Market Review which provides a comparative analysis of the construction sector from Q1 to Q3 2016 with corresponding periods in […]

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Construction

Horrors of the Boom

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Posted Monday, 31st of October

Given the season that is in it Construction Network Ireland brings you its list of Halloween Horrors of the Boom, tales from a bleak but not too distant past that […]

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Commercial Property

10 at 10: Top Construction & Property Stories From the Week

#10at10 #newsroundup

Posted Friday, 28th of October

Some of the most noteworthy construction & property stories from the last week, as compiled by the team at Construction Network Ireland. (Have a story you think should be covered? […]

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Construction

New Terminal-Linked Dublin Airport Hotel To Create 150 New Construction

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Posted Thursday, 27th of October

Dublin Airport set to create 150 new Construction jobs with the opening of a new terminal-linked four star hotel which is to be built adjacent to Terminal 2. The new […]

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Construction

Construction Industry Can Potentially Generate 112,000 Jobs By 2020

#CIF #DKM

Posted Wednesday, 26th of October

DKM report shows that industry can grow on average by 9% per year up to 2020 but warns of potential skills shortages A report commissioned by the Construction Industry Federation […]

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Construction

Topshop & Topman Choose Dublin’s Jervis Shopping Centre for Flagship Store

#fitout #Highstreet

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The Arcadia Group – the UK’s largest fashion retailer – has agreed a deal with Savills and the Jervis Shopping Centre in Dublin to operate a new 20,000 square foot […]

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Construction

Duke McCaffrey: Closer To What Matters

#joemccaffrey #kevinduke

Posted Tuesday, 25th of October

Duke McCaffrey – Style & Substance As I wait to meet the two founders of a relatively new consultancy in an impressive meeting room just off Merrion Square, I wonder […]