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A leader in structural steel fabrication

15 May , 2017  

For more than a decade and a half, Sincon Engineering Ltd in Co Wexford has been a leading provider of structural steel and roofing  and  cladding systems. Building Ireland heard more from Managing Director Tony Sinnott when they caught up with him recently. These are busy times indeed for Sincon Engineering Ltd and the hope […]

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Kirby Group makes key management appointments

12 May , 2017  

Kirby Group Engineering has made a number of key appointments at senior level.  The appointments are in response to the company’s growth and success domestically and internationally, and align with its commitment to continuously build an effective management team. Conor O’Brien has been appointed Group Commercial Director. Sean Rapple has been appointed Associate Director – […]

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€35m spend approved on four safety improvement road projects

12 May , 2017  

Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport Shane Ross TD today announced that Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) has approved the progression of 4 safety improvement road projects to construction stage. Speaking today, Minister Ross said: “I am delighted that TII are able to progress these 4 projects which are ‘shovel ready’. As Minister for Transport, Tourism […]

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Construction of Dublin’s Tallest Office Building Moves a Step Closer

12 May , 2017  

The construction of Dublin’s tallest office building – ‘THE EXO’ at Point Square in Dublin’s Dockland’s – has moved a step closer. Joint Receivers Stephen Tennant & Paul McCann of Grant Thornton have today, 4th May, announced that a tender has been issued for the appointment of a building contractor, and that Savills and CBRE […]

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Celebrating 30 years of electrical contracting excellence

12 May , 2017  

Connecting people to power since 1987, H. Shiels is a leading electrical contracting firm based in Dublin. The company works in all aspects of the electrical industry, including commercial, retail outlets, shopping centres, office fit-outs, schools and colleges, religious orders, hospitals, filling stations and convenience stores, heritage and listed buildings, swimming pools and recreational centres, […]

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The perfect fit

11 May , 2017  

Moving to new premises or just refurbishing an office or offices can be a stressful affair, one that can be time consuming and disruptive to production. However, there are certain companies out there that specialise in making the transition as hassle free and comfortable as possible. For this month’s edition of Building Ireland, we profile […]

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Double win for Tracey Brothers

10 May , 2017  

In October, Tracey Brothers Ltd proved that the company is top of the class when they scooped two of the three awards they were nominated for at the annual CEF Construction Excellence Awards. Contracts Manager Peter Daly told us all about the achievement for the company and recent works by Tracey Brothers Ltd. Tracey Brothers […]

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Ecocem Ireland appoints Micheál McKittrick as Managing Director

9 May , 2017  

Ecocem Ireland Ltd., Ireland’s premier producer of high performance, low carbon cement, has announced the appointment of Micheál McKittrick as Managing Director, Ireland & UK. Micheál has been appointed to the Irish firm at a time of expansion both domestically and internationally. His role involves the management of all aspects of the Irish and UK […]

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McHale Plant Sales supports Limerick-Cork motorway upgrade

9 May , 2017  

A submission supporting an upgrade of the N20 Limerick – Cork road to motorway status has been lodged with the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform by Birdhill-based construction plant and machinery distributor, McHale Plant Sales. Written in response to a public invitation issued by the Minister involved, Paschal Donohoe TD, and in support of […]

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Moroney Electrical: celebrating 20 years in business

5 May , 2017  

The construction industry has certainly taken a turn for the better in the last 18 months to two years as development work gathers pace all over the country. The Celtic Tiger is a distant memory and so too is the recession that followed, although both had a long standing effect on any business that came […]