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€80M CARGO CONTAINER TERMINAL TO BE BUILT IN CORK HARBOUR

A new cargo container terminal is to be built at Ringaskiddy at the mouth of Cork Harbour as part of an €80 million investment by the Port of Cork Company. The company says it will be the most significant investment in marine infrastructure and superstructure in their history. …

PLANNING PERMISSIONS

Dwelling units approved up 80.8% in year In the first quarter of 2018, planning permissions were granted for 8,405 dwelling units, compared with 4,650 units for the same period in 2017, an increase of 80.8%. This quarter saw the first permissions granted by An Bord Pleanala through Strategic …

3,526 NEW DWELLINGS BUILT IN FIRST QUARTER OF 2018

This is the first report from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) on New Dwelling Completions (NDC), a new quarterly series on the number of new dwellings built in Ireland since 2011. The report shows that the number of new dwellings built declined from 6,994 in 2011 to 4,575 …

EASTERN PROMISE

Irish Construction Industry Magazine was delighted to have caught up with Donal McCarthy, the newly appointed Managing Director Ireland East at John Sisk & Son. Donal has been a Regional Director with Sisk since 2014 and has held numerous positions since re-joining the company in 2002 following an …

THE HOME OF BEST VALUE GABIONS

Ridgeway supply the largest range of weldmesh gabion systems in Ireland, which can be used to provide economical and effective solutions to prevent or correct erosion. Installation can be temporary or permanent. Our gabions can also be used to create walls and retaining structures where a rustic, natural …

PROJECT 2040: A REAL GAMECHANGER

The National Development Plan demonstrates the Government’s commitment to meeting Ireland’s infrastructure and investment needs over the next ten years, through a total investment estimated at €116 billion over the period. This level of capital spending will ensure ongoing employment maintenance and creation with appropriate regional development. It …