In its annual Irish construction industry review, infrastructure consulting firm AECOM states that Ireland will not experience any industry growth in 2023, but growth should remain on par with 2022 levels.
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According to AECOM’s Ireland Annual Review 2022, construction output in 2022 should surpass €32bn, up 18% from the €27bn output of 2021, with housing completions between 25,000 – 30,000 units, exceeding the Housing for All target of 24,600 units.
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John O Regan, AECOM Head of Programme AECOM Annual Review says Irish construction grew by 15% in 2016 According to the AECOM Annual Review 2017 of the Construction Industry, Ireland’s construction industry grew by 15 percent in 2016, and they expect it to grow 20 percent in value of output in 2017 But, as […]
The AECOM Annual Review of the Construction Industry is predicting that Irish construction will grow by double digits again in 2016. John O’Regan, AECOM’s Head of Programme, Cost and Consultancy, Island of Ireland says that construction industry activity grew by 14% in 2015. “We saw the construction industry gradually return to growth in 2014 after […]
AECOM has announced the expansion of their quantity surveying team with the addition of two new associates in Dublin, who are Nick McPhilemy and Ciaran Timpson. With over 20 years of experience working in Dublin and Belfast, Nick McPhilemy has spent the last three years working in New York, successfully delivering a number of large […]