Federation calls for a renewed focus on ‘nuts and bolts’ construction safety post Covid, as 794 injuries reported last year.
The Construction Industry Federation launched Construction Safety Week today (Monday 17th October 2022) and is urging companies to refocus on traditional, ‘nuts and bolts’ safety procedures, with Covid measures now firmly established.
96% of construction companies report increase in cost of materials: Construction Industry Federation Economic Outlook.
96% of construction companies have reported a rise in the cost of building materials between June and August 2022, with 85% expecting cost rises to continue to year end, according to the latest Construction Industry Federation Economic Outlook research. This comes as the Government plans to impose a 10% levy on concrete products.
Construction Industry Federation welcomes retention of Help to Buy Scheme in today’s Budget announcement, but warns of negative impact of concrete products levy on housing and infrastructure costs.
Press Release Immediate Release 27th September 2022 Construction Industry Federation welcomes retention of Help to Buy Scheme in today’s Budget announcement, but warns of negative impact of concrete products levy
Ahead of our next Equality, Diversity, Inclusion in Construction webinar, our next guest, Olivia Bushe, discusses breaking down gender barriers.
CIF Delegation met with Government today to outline Budget 2023 submission The Construction Industry Federation has called for the retention of the Help To Buy scheme to support housing affordability
Our corporate partners, FlowForma, partnered with Construction Dive to survey 100+ construction executives, and report on the findings. The new report details decision-makers’ opinions, delving into their drivers for workflow/process
On Monday, 18th July in Mount Lucas, the Housing For All Demonstration Park and advanced training facility for Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) was launched. This is a significant investment
Pictured: The CIF Galway Branch Chairperson, Ms. Tara Flynn, presenting a cheque for €3,500 to the children and principle, Ms. Sarah McGinley, of St. Joseph’s Special School. Also, in the photo
16 students at Coláiste Dún Iascaigh in Cahir, County Tipperary recently availed of free Safe Pass training, courtesy of SOLAS and CIF members Duggan Brothers. This initiative was devised to