Construct Innovate, Ireland’s Research Centre for Construction Technology based at the University of Galway, has started to onboard new members
Energia has supported Fitzgeralds of Sandycove’s efforts to become more sustainable with a lighting upgrade, helping to reduce the carbon footprint of the well-known south county Dublin pub. By availing of Energia’s Lighting Solutions offering, Fitzgerald’s has replaced outdated lighting with more energy-efficient options, all while maintaining the atmosphere and character of the building. This has resulted in estimated lighting savings of 82%.
Pipelife has recently launched a new Home Heating Solutions website outlining all the heating options available to heat a home.
Irish Cement is tremendously proud of its unique heritage and the work done by previous generations of staff. Its current generation of staff also recognises its responsibility to ramp up further the pace of change and address industry carbon emissions.
Wavin has launched environmental product declarations (EPD) for its suite of products sold in the Irish and UK markets.
Ireland will be one of the first countries in Europe to participate in a new INDICATE initiative, which aims to boost the availability of quality building climate data, a critical step towards full decarbonisation.
The Irish Green Building Council is hosting a Zero Carbon and circularity conference: “Build Green Now 2023”– Dublin, Friday 12th May (9am – 2.30pm) at The Gibson Hotel Point Square, North Dock, Dublin 1.
Grant’s Aerona3 R32 air-to-water air source heat pump has an ErP rating of A+++ and is an innovative product for many builders across Ireland.
John Sisk & Son has partnered on a tree planting site in Skibbereen, Co Cork, as part of its commitment to planting 1.7 million trees by 2029, one of the targets of the Sisk 2030 Sustainability Roadmap
A National Sustainability Skills Roadmap to address sustainable construction skills is critical to the building of high-quality, sustainable, healthy homes.