Enclaved at the border of counties Mayo, Sligo and Roscommon, Guaranteed Irish has secured a site for its first-ever forest of native Irish trees.
MARION JAMMET, Head of Policy & Advocacy, Irish Green Building Council, writes about how architects, engineers and builders can collaborate to overcome the challenge of delivering zero-carbon buildings and infrastructure.
PJ RUDDEN, Chairperson, CSG Innovation and Digital Adoption Subgroup, speaks with Robbie Cousins about the long-term impacts for Irish construction of the changes that have resulted from the work of the subgroup.
David Browne, Director, RKD Architects, and IGBC #BuildingLife ambassador, speaks with Robbie Cousins about what he sees as the critical factors needed to bring about a zero-carbon construction sector by 2050.
? IRENE RONDINI, Communications & Marketing Lead, Irish Green Building Council, outlines the programme for Better Homes 2023.
Land Development Agency chief John Coleman sets out plans to ramp up housing delivery
Walls Construction CEO and IGBC #BuildingLife Ambassador Eugene O’Shea discusses the contractor’s expanding portfolio of work and the steps it is taking to reduce the carbon footprint of its projects, particularly in data-centre construction.
MICHAEL HYNES, Chief Executive, Quintain Ireland, speaks with Robbie Cousins about the opening of The Crossings Town Centre in Adamstown, which has been 20 years in the making, and sets out how the company is maintaining its position as Ireland’s third-largest home builder.
Nael Bunni’s Insights on Construction Contracts and Insurance covers the formative years of his career and his decision to leave his native Iraq through to his remarkable achievements in the complex world of alternative Dispute resolution (ADR) and his work on the various FIDIC conditions of contract. This dialogue with Tayseer Treky and Misbah Kamal offers the reader a rare glimpse into the mind of the man who has influenced so many facets of the construction and insurance world.
John Sisk & Son’s design and build of Ballyogan Square for Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council exemplifies quality passive house standard development, setting industry-leading levels of sustainability.