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Your 10 at 10

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Posted Friday, 1st of July

(Have a story you think should be covered? Contact 1-A lack of suitable office space and homes could cost Ireland 60,000 jobs according to research by consultants Future Analytics, […]


Brexit – what it means for Ireland’s Construction Industry


Posted Wednesday, 29th of June

The only certain outcome from the results of the Brexit referendum is total uncertainty in the medium term for both the UK and world economies. The outcome of the vote […]

Commercial Property

Your 10 at 10


Posted Friday, 24th of June

Your 10 at 10 – Some of the most noteworthy construction stories from the last week, as compiled by the team at Construction Network Ireland. (Have a story you think […]


Greenhills – Given Green Light by South Dublin County Council

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Posted Monday, 20th of June

C+W O’Brien Architects planning success on Greenhills retail mixed use development.   A short walk from Greenhills  College, this ideally situated project  on St. James Road, Limekiln Green will be […]


Ministers Coveney announces a €200m Local Infrastructure Fund


Posted Tuesday, 14th of June

The Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe T.D   together with his colleague the Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government,   Minister Simon Coveney   T.D   […]


Construction of new €50m air traffic control tower at Dublin Airport


Posted Saturday, 28th of May

Construction of a new €50m air traffic control tower at Dublin Airport could start by next March after the Irish Aviation Authority invited preliminary tenders this week for the huge […]


Top 6 current construction trends



3D printing While additive manufacturing isn’t entirely new, its rapidly-growing use in the construction industry is. The advantages of this method for printing infrastructure such as concrete is quick construction, […]


Planning for 3000 homes to be fast-tracked for Poolbeg in Dublin City


Posted Friday, 20th of May

  The area in Dublin city centre has the potential to provide up to 3,000 new homes, Housing Minister Simon Coveney says The Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government […]


Celebrations at Ballymore as firm takes home top UK property award


Posted Sunday, 15th of May

Ballymore triumphed at the prestigious Resi Awards last night, walking away with the coveted Large Developer of the Year, trumping five major national competitors. Accepting the award, Sean Mulryan, founder […]


Sky’s the limit for BAM

Posted Tuesday, 3rd of May

Construction group BAM has purchased six new cranes in a €3 million deal that offers further evidence of a recovering economy. The deal means that BAM (formerly Ascon) now owns […]


DCU announces ambitious €230m infrastructural development plan

Posted Friday, 29th of April

 European Investment Bank and Ireland Strategic Investment Fund to support university’s growth  Dublin City University (DCU) has today announced an ambitious €230m capital development plan which will physically transform the […]