daa has selected Sisk/Lagan Joint Venture (JV) to undertake its Dublin Airport Airside and Landside civil engineering framework worth over €325million.
he Liaison Committee for the Construction Industry has announced the publication of the new Code of Practice for Tendering. This text is a revision to the previously published 2006 and 2018 editions and includes significant additions and detailed explanations of key subject areas, updates for legislative amendments and a more comprehensive set of appendices, which will help guide those involved in the construction industry through the tendering process for private works in Ireland.
Ireland’s Grafton Architects has been shortlisted for the 2022 European Union prize for contemporary architecture the Mies van der Rohe Award.
In a trading update for the year to the end of December 2022, Cairn Homes says that it expects its turnover to come in above €600m, with 1,500 closed new homes sales from active sites which have full planning permission.
The homebuilder stated that after a disruptive first half of 2021 with site closures due to Covid-19 restrictions, the second half of the year was its strongest ever performance in terms of new homes sold, margin progression, profitability and cash generation.
The Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage, Darragh O’Brien, TD, has welcomed the publication of the Regulation of Providers of Building Works Bill 2021. The legislation will put the Construction Industry Register Ireland (CIRI) on a statutory footing.
Homebuilder Glenveagh completed 1,150 home sales in 2021, despite the 13-week Covid-19 lockdown in the first half of the year, increasing revenue 64% on 2020, and 36% compared to pre-pandemic 2019.
Planning permission received by Douglas Wallace Consultants for Clonmel large-scale residential SHD application
In what was one of the last planning approvals of 2021, An Bord Pleanala gave the green light to a proposed Strategic Housing Development (SHD) on lands at Coleville Road, Clonmel in Co. Tipperary.
Project to prevent daily discharge equivalent of 40,000 wheelie bins of raw sewage into Cork Harbour wins engineering award
A wastewater drainage project that has ended the decades-long practice of discharging raw sewage directly into Cork Lower Harbour has been awarded the prestigious Engineering Endeavour of 2021 accolade by Engineers Ireland
Ordnance Survey Ireland (OSi) has launched an updated GeoHive, the state’s geospatial data infrastructure, with the support of the office of the government chief information officer. An online treasury of interactive maps, geospatial data and apps, GeoHive provides unprecedented access to information about Ireland that can be accessed by everyone.