Tag: construction

CIF Southern Region welcomes Taoiseach’s commitment to Munster infrastructure projects

Munster Infrastructure

Conor O’Connell, CIF Director, Southern  Region An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has confirmed that funding will be provided for advanced planning and design of the M20 Cork/Limerick Motorway. This news was warmly greeted by all involved in the construction industry in the Munster Region. Ireland’s most important regional infrastructural project “CIF, along with all other business […]

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Glenveagh Properties seek stock market funding to build 2,000 homes

Glenveagh Properties

Glenveagh Properties, a new Irish housebuilder backed by US private equity firm Oaktree Capital, is seeking finance for housing development by raising funds on the Dublin and London stock markets. Glenveigh, which comprises properties accumulated by Oaktree Captial in Ireland as well as the assets of Maynooth builder Bridgedale, has approximately 1,700 shovel-ready units. It states […]

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Walls appointed lead contractor on €100M Marlet Group office redvelopment

Walls

Marlet Property Group and M&G Investments have appointed Walls Construction as the lead contractor on the €100m development of its Charlemont Exchange building close to CIF Headquarters on Grand Canal. The project will create  100 construction jobs during the redevelopment of the site, which was bought by Irish property group Marlet in March 2017 for […]

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Regional Development Ireland: Making up for a Lost Decade

Regional Development Ireland

Barry McCall speaks to CIF Southern, Western and Midlands Regional Directors about the need for greater infrastructural investment across the country. The CIF has called for an end to what it has termed a decade-long neglect of infrastructure investment, which is negatively impacting on both the economy and society. That neglect has resulted in Ireland […]

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CIF Present Pre Budget Submission to Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe

CIF Pre Budget Submission

Increased infrastructure critical to solving housing crisis and ending boom/bust cycle in construction industry The CIF met with the Minister for Finance Pascal Donohoe and Minister for State in the Department of Finance Michael D’Arcy earlier today to present the CIF Pre Budget Submission and to chart a way past blockages in the supply of […]

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CIF Women in Construction Breakfast Briefing

September 26th, CIF Headquarters, Construction House, Dublin  #BuildingEquality The CIF will host its second Women in Construction Breakfast Briefing event #BuildingEquality from 8am to 10am on Tuesday 26 September at CIF Headquarters, Construction House, Dublin. This is event follows on from the CIF’s very successful Breakfast Briefing Increasing Female Participation in the Construction Industry on International […]

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Increased infrastructure critical to solving housing crisis and ending boom/bust cycle in construction industry.

Regions facing another ‘lost decade’ as small builders currently not in position to deliver on housing and infrastructure requirement. The Construction Industry Federation (CIF) has called on Government to increase investment in infrastructure and to establish a small builders fund to put the construction industry on a sustainable footing. Putting these policies in place will […]

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CIF Conference 2017 – Realising the construction industry’s potential to build Ireland’s future

CIF Conference 2017

CIF launches Ireland’s premier construction conference recognising the industry’s potential to shape our future. Every day, the importance of the construction industry within our economy and society becomes more apparent. The construction industry is employing 1000 additional workers per month since 2013 and is driving Ireland towards full employment. The housing crisis and the increasingly […]

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Construction new order growth accelerates in July

Ulster Bank Construction PMI July

Simon Barry, Chief Economist, Ulster Bank, Republic of Ireland Ulster Bank Construction PMI July 2017 The Ulster Bank Construction PMI July indicates that new order growth quickened in the Irish construction sector during July. But, the rate of expansion in total construction activity eased to the weakest since January. However, the level of activity has […]

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