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.
7th Aug 2019 Ireland’s economic and societal progress is utterly dependent on the development of a thriving southern region. Unfortunately, Government commitments in Project Ireland 2040 are being delayed resulting in significant threats to the region and the wider Irish economy.
17th Jul 2019 We have a very busy second half of the year to look forward to in the CIF, with some excellent events and campaigns lined up.
29th May 2019 The forthcoming “Selling to Government – Intermediate – Breakfast Briefing” organised by InterTrade Ireland is to take place on 11 June in the Seven Oaks Hotel, Carlow.
10th May 2019 The CIF has warned that the decision to increase wages by 2.7% per annum for the next two years will put pressure on regional construction companies still in recovery mode.
8th May 2019 Geoscience Ireland is a business cluster assisting 39 Irish, and Irish-based, contractor and consultancy firms in winning business in international markets and is supported by Geological Survey Ireland and Enterprise Ireland.
20th Mar 2019 As part of the #BuildingEquality 2019 Campaign, Lorraine Brady, Design and Bid Manager with BAM Ireland shares her story as a woman in construction.
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.
10th Sep 2018 Conor Gunn, EY Ireland, explains why the timely delivery of core civil infrastructure is essential to the successful delivery of key components of the National Development Plan.