5th Dec 2018 The front page of the Irish Independent on Tuesday, December 3rd headlined with the fact that state schools are 'catching up' with fee-paying schools in sending their students to third level.
29th Nov 2018 Mechanical and Electrical Contractors King & Moffatt Building Services has officially opened its new global headquarters in Carrick on Shannon, Ireland. Celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, the company also announced that it will be significantly expanding its workforce with the creation...
13th Nov 2018 Gaeltec Utilities, a specialist contractor that continues to deliver in Ireland and beyond.
18th Oct 2018 Developing Leaders and Growing Organisations. The construction and engineering sectors are ripe for disruption, and the successful organisations will be those that develop their people to navigate through the complex challenges ahead.
“You need the figures and you need a sense of humour; if you’ve got those then you have the opportunity to start doing things that will shift the dial a bit.”26th Sep 2018 Ahead of an upcoming address to the CIF Annual Conference on Tuesday October 2nd, Sandi Rhys Jones OBE, management consultant, non-executive director, motivational speaker; and pragmatic and practical champion for women in construction, engineering and science tells CIF.ie what has inspired her...
23rd Aug 2018 As part of the #BuildingEquality 2018 Campaign, Phil Kane, Country Manager for Eaton Corporation, shares her story as a woman in construction.
31st May 2018 Galway head-quartered contractor, JJ Rhatigan & Company, recently moved its regional operations in Dublin to a former Church building which, working closely with Dublin City Council, has been transformed into modern offices in a Joint Venture with St Luke’s Partnership.
30th Apr 2018 You may have wondered at the number of dolls taking to construction sites across Ireland over the last few months.
11th Apr 2018 Founded in 1987 in Co Clare by Louis Keating, L&M Keating Ltd operates across Civil, Building and Marine Engineering Sectors.
21st Mar 2018 Ireland is forging ahead on expansion of its apprenticeship system to meet 21st century skills needs and to support dynamic growth of our economy and society.