11th Feb 2020 In order to create balanced regional development as envisaged by “Project Ireland 2040”, the region needs to attract FDI investment which can only be achieved by addressing the regions infrastructural deficits, e.g. the lack of motorways and rail networks is obvious form the following...
6th Nov 2019 Despite Brexit-related uncertainty, one of Ireland’s leading builders’ merchant groups is continuing to invest in its store network with the opening of a new branch in Finglas, North Dublin.
10th Oct 2019 Help to Buy scheme extension alone will not address affordability gap for average couple. Public sector procurement reform essential to increasing housing and infrastructure delivery
16th Aug 2019 The Dunkettle Interchange, the M20, M22, N28 upgrade and the Northern Ring Road are considered critical in supporting sustainable economic development to the south of the country.
CIF Member Focus: Kilkenny Limestone Quarries Ltd – Delivering Kilkenny Limestone to a Global Market27th Mar 2019 Modernising the business, building on a product range and achieving international success - how the management at Kilkenny Limestone Quarries Ltd do it.
27th Feb 2019 Hubert Fitzpatrick, Director, Housing, Planning & Development, CIF advises on the best ways to combat the potential impact of Brexit on construction products
5th Feb 2019 With a number of positive indicators for Irish construction in 2019, but also some major issues to be addressed, CIF directors are positive but cautious about industry prospects in the year ahead.
CIF Blog: Brexit may dampen economic gains throughout 2019, but healthy construction growth is still expected1st Feb 2019 While Brexit will no doubt cast a shadow on the construction industry in 2019, the sector can expect strong but moderate growth during the year, writes Jeanette Mair, Economic and Policy Research Executive, with the CIF.
31st Jan 2019 A message for the construction industry from Paschal Donohoe, TD, Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure & Reform.