EDC Engineers introduces an Early MEP Risk health check to help with concerns of rising building costs.

6 Apr , 2022  

Leading engineering company, EDC Engineers, has recently introduced a new innovative Early MEP Risk Audit Service (EMRA) that will give clients certainty on project design and cost. The new service allows clients to move forward with projects secure in the knowledge that the risks have been minimised and that the design and costs are optimised.   […]


Registered Architects are standing by across Ireland to donate their time and support to the Simon Communities

4 Apr , 2022  

RIAI Simon Open Door is back and Ireland’s architects are ready to offer professional advice on your home improvements and it is all in aid of the Simon Communities. The RIAI and the Simon Communities are calling on members of the public to support the annual RIAI Simon Open Door campaign. Now in its 18th year, the campaign […]


Peter McVerry Trust Turns Sod on Latest Social Housing Scheme

4 Apr , 2022  

Peter McVerry Trust, the national housing and homeless charity, is today turning the sod on its latest social housing scheme in Dublin City Centre. The new apartment block is being built on Shaw Street in Dublin 2 and will see the construction of 12 new apartments for people impacted by homelessness. The project is a […]


Respond delivers 59 new homes for people in North Dublin

1 Apr , 2022  

The Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage Darragh O’Brien TD today officially opened a new social housing development at St Doulaghs Oaks, Carrs Lane, Malahide Road. The homes are delivered by Approved Housing Body and service provider Respond in partnership with Fingal County Council. The scheme is a finalist in the Irish Construction Excellence […]


Industry seeking effective price variation clause included in public works contracts

31 Mar , 2022  

The Government is to respond to hyperinflation issues in the construction sector over the coming weeks, according to the Construction Industry Federation (CIF). This follows a meeting between the CIF and the Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Michael McGrath TD.  At the meeting the CIF highlighted the considerable impact hyperinflation was having on costs […]


KSN Energy achieve ISO 50001

30 Mar , 2022  

KSN Energy has announced that its Dublin and Cavan offices have achieved ISO 50001:2011 certification for their energy management system. The achievement of ISO 50001 certification is in line with KSN’s continued drive for sustainability and energy efficiency in its buildings and their operations across Ireland. The main objective of the ISO 50001 standard is […]


Tánaiste Launches ‘Built To Innovate’ Campaign To Assist Irish Homebuilding Sector

21 Mar , 2022  

The Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Leo Varadkar, TD today launched Enterprise Ireland’s ‘Built To Innovate’ campaign, an initiative under the Government’s Housing For All plan. Speaking as the campaign launched, the Tánaiste said: “This Government is determined to make owning your own home a reality for the thousands of people across […]


Schüco to present Dublin’s first Zak World of Façades

15 Mar , 2022  

Schüco is proud to be the presenting partner at the 88th Zak World of Façades on 6 April at The Convention Centre in Dublin, Ireland. The international conference series on façade and design engineering takes place in over 30 countries across the globe, with this being the first edition hosted in Dublin. The event will showcase […]


Chadwicks lends its support to Athlone family on DIY SOS

10 Mar , 2022  

Chadwicks is delighted to provide support to the Berry family from Athlone in the third series of DIY SOS: The Big Build Ireland.  As the exclusive building materials supplier to the show, Chadwicks will provide a wide range of materials to facilitate a significant refurbishment of the Berry family’s home to make it fully accessible […]


One in four construction jobs added in 2021 went to women

9 Mar , 2022  

The construction industry will need to entice more women into the sector to meet its future needs, the Construction Industry Federation (CIF) has warned.  The CIF made their remarks as new figures revealed that one in four of the construction jobs added in 2021 went to women and the total number of women in the […]