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Hinch plant is 50 years in business

22 Mar , 2019  

Celebrating 50 years in business, Hinch Plant is recognised as one of Ireland’s leading plant hire operators and suppliers of construction machinery and contracting to the construction and civil engineering industry. A successful family-run business,  Hinch Plant has evolved greatly over the years to meet the requirements of its customers and now offers a wide […]

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Award winning engineering consultancy from OCSC M&E

21 Mar , 2019  

O’Connor Sutton Cronin (M&E) gleaned two prestigious awards at the 2018 Irish Construction Industry Awards. Central Bank of Ireland was named as the Green Project of the Year, while OCSC again took home the Excellence in Sustainability award. Building Ireland contacted M&E Director William Forsyth to get an insight. OCSC M&E enjoyed an unforgettable night […]

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Offering quality, efficiency and dependability

20 Mar , 2019  

Blanchfield Heating in Kilkenny has grown into a nationwide leader when it comes to mechanical services. Building Ireland heard more recently from this thriving company’s Managing Director, Ronan Blanchfield. Set-up by the late Jim Blanchfield and his son Ronan in 1994, Blanchfield Heating is a family-run business which has become widely renowned for providing its […]

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Serving with skill and integrity

19 Mar , 2019  

CW Electrical Ltd in Dublin will soon be celebrating 40 years in business, so Building Ireland felt it was about time they got the lowdown on the company from its Managing Director, Colm Walsh. Since its inception in 1979, CW Electrical Ltd has earned itself a superb reputation off the back of decades of excellent […]

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Quality through experience

20 Feb , 2019  

Over the last 28 years and counting, Crosserlough Construction has established itself as one of the premier residential and commercial building contractors in Cavan and surrounding counties. We touched base with Niall McGaughran to find out more about this exceptional family-run business. In conjunction with Cavan County Council, Crosserlough Construction has spent a large part […]

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