One of the 2020 Generation Apprenticeship finalists, Coláiste Dún Iascaigh, Cahir, are celebrating construction personnel and tradespeople who are working on the front line all over Ireland during the #COVID19 crisis, awarding them their ‘A’ grade.
Home Building Finance Ireland (HBFI) has launched a series of new measures to extend its presence throughout the housebuilding finance market. The measures are designed to facilitate a quick resumption of housebuilding throughout Ireland following the easing of Covid-19 restrictions.
As a response to the Government’s announcement regarding phased re-entry to workplaces, Actavo Events launched a new service to equip, support and advise Irish businesses to re-open, while remaining fully compliant with social-distancing guidelines.
Private Contractors on public works contracts do not get gifts or favours from the Government. For this reason, the publishing by the Office of Government Procurement (OGP) of a draft letter of agreement dealing with ‘ex gratia payments from Employers’ to Contractors, can only be cautiously welcomed.
Tyvek® FireCurb® Housewrap utilises DuPont’s patented self-extinguishing technology. Its halogen-free coating limits the propagation of flames and the formation of droplets, while also minimising smoke.
According to Construction Information Services (CIS), €17.9bn in project work has been halted in the current COVID–19 industry shutdown, with a further 2.7bn in stoppages in Northern Ireland.
BIM and virtual design specialist Digital Construction Technologies Group (DCT Group) has appointed Mark Keenan as its Operations Manager.
John FFF O’Brien of John Farage O’Brien Dispute Resolution Consultants, sets out some critical contract matters for Construction contractors need to consider in the context of the COVID-19 crisis.
The Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation have put a range of business supports in place to support businesses impacted by CIOVID-19.
Round Hill Capital (RHC), a Delaware-based real estate firm, and NBK Capital, a subsidiary of the National Bank of Kuwait, have bought a 368-bed student accommodation development in The Liberties area of Dublin.