President of the CECA John G Murphy speaks with Barry McCall about fundamental changes needed in public procurement for the industry to become more sustainable.
#BuildingLife – Construction and built environment emissions must be addressed together to achieve carbon neutrality
In the first of a series of articles for Irish Construction News on whole-life carbon in construction and the built environment, Marion Jammet, Head of Policy and Advocacy, IGBC, sets out why the national carbon emissions reduction targets for the built environment will not be achieved through operational emission reductions alone.
Arup director and #BuildingLife ambassador OONAGH REID speaks with Robbie Cousins about the challenges and opportunities she believes the Irish construction sector is facing in helping Ireland meet carbon emission reduction goals up to 2030 and beyond.
Brendan Sweeney, COO, King & Moffatt, speaks with Robbie Cousins about innovation and how the Leitrim-based firm has become a go-to partner for complex engineering projects across Europe.
Martin Searson, Chair of the MMC Group that recently published the CIF report on Modern Methods of Construction, explains to Barry McCall that the Irish construction industry is in for some dramatic changes in the coming years.
The Department of Public Expenditure and Reform has published revised guidelines for professional indemnity insurance (PII) for public works projects procured under the Capital Works Management Framework (CWMF).
Mechanical services engineering contractor Riverside Mechanical Group has achieved success by providing a comprehensive service package that it is constantly developing to meet clients’ changing needs.
Founded in 1994, the Construction Workers Health Trust (CWHT) is a registered charity whose principal activity is the provision of medical examinations to building workers on site or at their place of employment.
Cross-sector collaboration delivers high-spec office refurbishment for Focus Ireland