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Nigel Spence KMCS

Lunch with Nigel Spence KMCS


Posted Tuesday, 26th of May

Nigel Spence is a Chartered Surveyor and the Managing Director of market leading project management and cost consultancy firm KMCS. Spence is KMCS through and through, joining the firm in […]


Hines and APG to seek permission for 416 homes on Player Wills Site


US real estate group Hines and its Dutch joint venture partners, APG Asset Management, have submitted a fast-track planning application to An Bord Pleanála for the construction of 416 new homes […]


Invest in Regions to Offset Dublin Imbalance – New ACEI President


New ACEI president Conor McCarthy, a director of consulting engineering firm Jennings O’Donovan, believes that the Government needs to increase and not reduce spending on major infrastructural projects, in the […]


Kingspan Walk Away from €42m Deal with Uk Manufacturer

Posted Friday, 22nd of May

Insulation giant Kingspan has walked away from a deal agreed last October to buy a UK manufacturer and distributor of construction products for £37.5 million (€41.9 million), after being unable to renegotiate […]

Commercial Property

Lunch with Sharon Lynch Hibernia Reit


Posted Thursday, 21st of May

Sharon Lynch is Property Asset Manager with Hibernia Reit where she has worked for 5 years. Currently managing one of the most exciting office portfolios in Dublin City Centre, she […]

Commercial Property

Colony Capital Seeks Buyer for Stakes in Prime Dublin Offices

Posted Wednesday, 20th of May

US investment firm Colony Capital is believed to have initiated a process with a view to disposing of its interests in Irish real estate, which it holds directly and indirectly. according to […]


Glenveagh Begin Opening of 16 Sites


Posted Monday, 18th of May

Glenveagh Properties has today started the reopening of 16 construction sites across the country in line with public health guidelines.  The sites were closed seven weeks ago on March 30. […]


Energy Consumption Data Reveals High Level of Compliance with COVID-19 Restrictions



The latest Savills-Pinergy Energy Monitor has revealed that, despite anecdotal evidence to the contrary, compliance with COVID-19 restrictions in Ireland remains high. The study, which is a joint initiative between property […]


Historic Drop in Construction Activity in April


Posted Monday, 11th of May

The latest results of the Ulster Bank Construction PMI survey point to a drop in Irish construction activity of historic proportions last month. The headline PMI index fell from 28.9 […]