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Expert advice from Downes Associates

22 Dec , 2016  

Downes Associates are a leading engineering consultancy firm that specialises in the design of building structures and related civil engineering works. The company’s reputation has seen them earn contracts not only in Dublin, but all over Ireland. The company was established in 1997 by former managing director Paul Downes. These days the MD is Gavin […]

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Experience, quality and reliability from L Redmond

21 Dec , 2016  

In business for almost half a century, L Redmond (Electrical) Ltd. is firmly established as one of Ireland’s premier electrical contractors, delivering high-quality contracting and maintenance solutions on industrial and commercial projects along the east coast. We visited their East Wall, Dublin 3 base to find out more about this highly-regarded, award-winning, family operation, which […]

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Three decades of mechanical excellence

19 Dec , 2016  

Murphy and Kelly (Thomastown) Ltd. is a privately-owned family business that has been providing exceptional mechanical contracting solutions to the commercial and industrial sectors for more than three decades. We popped into their County Kilkenny base and met up with founder / MD Denis Kelly to find out more about this outstanding operation with a […]

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And the award goes to…

16 Dec , 2016  

Congratulations to William Doyle & Sons Construction who took Retail Project of the Year award honours at the Irish Construction Industry Awards 2016. Director Philip Doyle reflects on the Wexford-based company’s prestigious success. The Irish Construction Industry Awards recognise, encourage and celebrate original and innovative contractors, businesses, teams, consultants and projects that demonstrate excellence in […]

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Extra 112,000 workers needed in construction industry by 2020

15 Dec , 2016  

A report commissioned by the CIF, (Demand for Skills in Construction to 2020) and carried out by DKM economic consultants, states that construction activity can sustain an additional 112,000 jobs up to 2020 with an estimated €17.8billion worth of projects in the pipeline in 2017. The report identified the demand for the different professions and […]

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Taylor Architects have an eye on the future

15 Dec , 2016  

The design of buildings has certainly changed over the years as modern technology has resulted in the construction of some highly impressive structures. Architecture is both the process and the product of planning, designing, and constructing buildings and other physical structures. Architectural works, in the material form of buildings, are often perceived as cultural symbols […]

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Proven expertise from the KD Group

14 Dec , 2016  

The construction industry has certainly taken a turn for the better in recent times as many building projects have begun around the country. However, obtaining work in a company’s expertise, especially one of the most competitive industries, is not always the easiest to be involved in. Experience and producing a high quality service to customers […]

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Tower crane on site as progress continues at Lansdowne Place, Ballsbridge

14 Dec , 2016  

There is a new high tower crane visible on the Ballsbridge skyline this week as work progresses on Chartered Land’s Lansdowne Place luxury residential development on the site of the former Berkeley Court Hotel. The crane will be joined by two more tower cranes in the New Year. With the piling works close to completion, […]

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Surveying from the sky with DroneSpect

13 Dec , 2016  

They’re reaching new heights in Crumlin. No, we’re not talking about the Conor McGregor phenomenon, but rather DroneSpect Ltd. With bases in both Dublin and Tyrone, DroneSpect capture high quality stabilised imagery and video from difficult to reach heights and angles for a range of different uses, employing a strong focus on construction and civil […]

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Developing a better future

9 Dec , 2016  

The construction industry has certainly arisen from the ashes over the past 18 months to two years as the effects of the injection of cash from expenditure by Irish Water, FDI, NAMA, Utilities, Environmental/Landfill and other key Civil Engineering Projects into the Construction Industry have begun to take hold. There are many companies around Ireland […]

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