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Quiet Confidence Ensures Lorraine Carlisle’s Place at the Top

#fkm #Womeninconstruction

Posted Wednesday, 28th of September

Lorraine Carlisle, CEO of The FKM Group knows how tough it can be for women to juggle busy careers and family life but as a mum to 3 young boys, […]


Looking outside the box lead Catherine Murphy to Construction

#KMCS #Womeninconstruction

Posted Friday, 23rd of September

Catherine Murphy currently holds the position of Senior Project Manager at KMCS Ltd Construction Project and Cost Managers. Catherine has worked in the Construction industry for over 16 years. How […]


Women In Construction

Posted Monday, 19th of September

You can’t deny the statistics. The number of females applying for construction studies courses has not risen dramatically over the years; that’s a fact. However, what is undeniable is that […]


TOTP: Creating with Passion and Fun


Posted Thursday, 8th of September

There’s a glint of colourful mischief in the eyes of Paddy O’Toole, a well-known player in Irish Architecture. That explains a lot about how he’s come to be where he […]

Commercial Property

Building Through Recession


Posted Tuesday, 16th of August

Infinite Workspace Solutions (IWSL) is a small Dublin practice that is punching significantly above its weight in the design, project management and surveying space in Ireland and further afield. Construction […]


Irish Cranes & Lifting to erect six Raimondi Cranes on premier Dublin jobsite

#capitaldock #irishcranes


A total of six Raimondi tower cranes are to be erected on one of Dublin’s most ambitious jobsites to date. Capital Dock by Kennedy Wilson, one of the largest commercial […]


“McAdden’s Fusiliers” McAdden brought a new model of development to Ireland – now they are going big

#student accommodation #ziggurat

Posted Wednesday, 20th of July

Building with Purpose I meet Matthew McAdden amid a hive of activity in his Dublin office – the fallout from the ‘Brexit’ vote in the UK has resulted in the […]


Hayden – Shaken but stirred on for success

#EthosEngineering #IrishSuccess

Posted Wednesday, 13th of July

Building a great Ethos Harry Leech sits down with the MD of one of the most successful and innovative firms in the Irish Construction Industry. Greg Hayden of Ethos Engineering. […]


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 […]