The current president of the Association of Consulting Engineers of Ireland (ACEI), David McHugh, would appear ideally qualified and experienced for the role he has taken up, considering the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead in the coming year and beyond for the association. The senior director responsible for renewable energy and business development at RPS in Ireland also has eight years of experience in global roles as a corporate executive and management consultant specialising in sustainability. With its recently published ACEI Sustainability Vision, the association is setting out an ambitious programme for its members to become advocates for climate action and sustainable change in Irish construction and lead by example by becoming carbon neutral by 2030.
Engineering News, Interviews
The European Federation of Engineering Consultancy Associations (EFCA) has appointed Sarah Ingle, Secretary General of the Association of Consulting Engineers of Ireland (ACEI), to its board of directors.
Engineering News, Latest News, News
Michael O’Reilly, Director, O’Connor Sutton Cronin, writes about how modern methods of construction, and in particular off-site manufacturing, is delivering solutions for Irish construction, but the sector needs to address several issues before it can fully benefit from the construction method.
Irish Construction News, Opinion
ACEI Conference told revised NDP must be delivered through a climate lens
Engineering News, Sustainability
– Minister McGrath commits to doing all in his power to address PII issues
– ACEI launches its Sustainability Vision
This year’s Association of Consulting Engineers Ireland (ACEI) Annual Conference with the theme “Delivery where the only Constant is Change” will take place virtually on Wednesday 03 March from 9.00am to 1.30pm.