CIF Director General: School leavers, the Irish Construction Industry needs you !

The construction sector is facing a sustained period of growth and is expected to grow by 33% up to 2020. Modern construction activity, internationally focused companies and increasing salary levels mean there has never been a more rewarding or more interesting time to pursue a career in construction.

Over 100 CIF Irish Home Builders gathered on Tuesday morning for a breakfast briefing on the Help to Buy incentive led by a team from the Revenue Commissioners. The briefing, hosted by the Irish Home Builders Association, took place at the Construction Industry Federation (CIF) Head Office in Dublin.

CIF Director General Tom Parlon said:

Make 2017 the Safest Year on Irish Construction Sites

CIF Director General, Tom Parlon, has asked construction companies to redouble their efforts to reduce accidents on site for 2017 at a meeting of leading industry members today.

20160817110728 Shay Murtagh were recently contracted to design, manufacture, deliver and install three Final Settlement Tanks by C2V+, aCH2M and VolkerStevin joint venture, as part of upgrading the Wastewater Treatment Works in Chorley. Our technical design team completed drawings and 3D renderings for each of the tanks for C2V+ approval.

President Dominic DohenyNew CIF President Dominic Doheny has called on the Government to work with the construction industry to create an ambitious strategy that delivers sustainable growth, exports and jobs across Ireland today at a meeting of Ireland’s leading construction executives.

Mr. Doheny, who is from Tullamore, Co. Offaly and is joint Managing Director of John Flanagan Construction Ltd, said;