23rd Jul 2018 There is no doubting that residential construction is currently in an expansionary phase. However, considering new dwelling completion data published by the CSO in June 2018, the CIF has now revised its forecast for the total number of new units to be completed in 2018.
CIF Welcomes North Quays Decision and the Constructions Jobs Boost to the South East Region as a Result8th Jun 2018 The CIF South East Branch warmly welcomes Tuesday’s announcement that the long awaited North Quays development could proceed as planned after both objections to the project were withdrawn.
17th Apr 2018 Shane MacSweeney, Partner, EY, sets out what he believes needs to be put in place to deliver the objectives of Ireland 2040 Our Plan
11th Apr 2018 Founded in 1987 in Co Clare by Louis Keating, Keating operates across Civil, Building and Marine Engineering Sectors.
15th Mar 2018 The announcement of the National Planning Framework and National Development Plan is a potential game-changer for the Irish economy and society. The ambition of both documents is to be lauded. Ireland has, for a decade, neglected infrastructure investment and this investment will see us move from...
14th Mar 2018 Irish Construction needs to employ more women if the industry is to have a sustainable future. The CSO estimates that only 5.5pc of the workforce across all construction-related sectors are women. And a recent survey of CIF members showed that only one in 10 employees in their organisations is...
16th Nov 2017 CIF Economic and Policy Research Executive, Jeanette Mair discusses the publication of ‘Ireland 2040 – Our Plan’, the draft National Planning Framework which will set the context for a new ten-year National Investment Plan 2018-2027.