JJ Rhatigan & Company has announced the appointment of Deirdre Bennett as its first-ever chief people officer (CPO).
The 2023 National Construction Summit is being held on Tuesday, 21 March at the Sport Ireland Campus, Blanchardstown, Dublin.
Screwfix is growing rapidly in Ireland and has opened more than 30 stores since launching in 2019, including opening 12 stores during the pandemic
Hardware Association Ireland has welcomed Minister Darragh O’Brien’s launch of the Vacant Homes Action Plan aimed at bringing empty and derelict properties back into use.
The Land Development Agency (LDA), in partnership with Dublin City Council (DCC), is seeking to develop 148 social and affordable homes in Coolock, Dublin.
Mitchell McDermott Annual Construction Sector Report 2023 shows construction costs of apartments rose by 9.6% in 2022
Home Building Finance Ireland (HBFI), set up by the Government to fund the delivery of new homes, has grown total loan approvals to €1.248bn at the end of 2022, an increase of 49% on the €835m at the end of 2021.
Mullingar-based multidisciplinary building consultancy ORS has announced that Irish-owned investment firm Erisbeg has acquired a majority stake in the company to support the next phase of its development.
Tough market puts ‘Housing for All’ target of 29,000 completions in 2023 at significant risk – AECOM Irish construction review
In its annual Irish construction industry review, infrastructure consulting firm AECOM states that Ireland will not experience any industry growth in 2023, but growth should remain on par with 2022 levels.
Described by Royal BAM Group as “Ambitious, transparent and realistic”, BAM sees its new sustainability strategy as a crucial addition to its ‘Building a sustainable tomorrow’ strategy because the company believes there is only a future if it continues to build and maintain sustainably.