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The MTM way

2 May , 2018  

Electrical work is one of the most intricate jobs within the construction industry as not only do tradesmen have to be meticulous about their work, but the health and safety issues that go alongside this are of the highest standard. There are many electrical contractors operating in Ireland, some with more experience than others and […]

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Home is where the hea(r)t is

1 May , 2018  

To improve the quality of life and living conditions of low income households through the implementation of energy efficient measures and related work, to employ and empower unemployed people through a social enterprise model and respond to community needs, this is the mission statement of Leitrim Warmer Homes CLG. We headed to Drumshanbo to meet […]

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143 years and counting

27 Apr , 2018  

Noel C. Duggan Engineering Ltd in Co Cork has been a  top-level  steel fabricator  throughout Ireland and Europe for some time now. Building Ireland learned about  what  the company has been up to lately from Barry  C  Duggan, who is fourth generation in the family-run business. Founded back in 1875  by Andrew Duggan, Noel C. […]

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Cloch Chora: a home for life

26 Apr , 2018  

Buying a home whether it be a first time buyer or those looking to upgrade or downsize can be a stressful affair as choosing the right home is one of the biggest decisions that any of us will ever make. Generally when seeking a home, housing estates are the preferred choice for many as they […]

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40 years of quality service

25 Apr , 2018  

Company Director Hugh McAlary was responsible for sowing the seeds of H. M. Electrics four decades ago and today he is joined in the running of the ever-burgeoning company by his son Declan who is Operations Director. Ever since its foundation in 1977, H.M. Electrics have been providing Northern Ireland with their expertise in Electrical […]

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A century’s success for Walls Engineering

24 Apr , 2018  

Last year saw Walls Engineering mark 100 years in existence so Building Ireland felt it was about time it caught up with one of the country’s leading structural steel engineering firms. How many businesses last a century? While it remains a difficult one to answer, Co Carlow-based company Walls Engineering continues to stay strong in […]

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IMS: The waste specialists

23 Apr , 2018  

Under waste legislation Construction and Demolition waste is defined as ‘all waste that arises from construction, renovation and demolition activities’. It includes soil and stone, surplus and damaged products and materials arising at construction works or used temporarily during on-site activities together with dredge spoil. If you are responsible for carrying out a construction and […]

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Thornton Roofing really do have it covered

20 Apr , 2018  

Now into its sixth decade in business, Thornton Roofing is firmly established as one of Ireland and the UK’s premier roofing and cladding contractors. As the Toomebridge, County Antrim headquartered company continues to go from strength to strength, we caught up with general manager Enda McGurk to get an update on the latest developments. When […]

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The one-stop shop for insulation and retrofits

19 Apr , 2018  

With extensive expertise in both building and insulation, Finlay Ecofit offers one-stop shop solutions across a wide range of areas including external insulation, extensions, windows and doors as well as any other retrofit work a client might require. We caught up with director Kevin Finlay at their Tullamore base to find out more about this […]

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Get connected with CET

18 Apr , 2018  

CET Connect is Ireland’s premier provider of structured cabling and data centre infrastructure services. From its inception in 1999, the company has successfully delivered a wide range of major infrastructure projects across Ireland, the UK and mainland Europe. We connected with their Clonmel, County Tipperary HQ to find out more. Over the past 19 years, […]