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A Construction Industry Federation (CIF) report, carried out by DKM Economic Consultants, has proposed an urgent and radical overhaul to how infrastructure is delivered in Ireland.
The Construction Industry Federation (CIF) has warned that spiralling insurance premiums are adding to construction costs.
The level of new apprentice registrations must rise from 1,700 to 4,000 by 2020 to deliver housing and infrastructure requirements, according to the Construction Industry Federation (CIF).
The Galway Roscommon Training Education Board (GRETB) Training Centre and Castle Ceilings Ltd, in partnership with the CIF, are getting people back to work via a City & Guilds Level 2 diploma in interior systems – construction. The official launch of this programme will take place tomorrow, Friday March 10, at 1.30pm in the Castle Ceilings Training Academy in Ballybrit. It will be launched by Tom Parlon of the CIF and many of construction's biggest companies will be in attendance on the day.
The Construction Industry Federation (CIF) has launched a website featuring career opportunities in the industry in an attempt to persuade those returning for the Christmas to remain at home for the long term.
The Construction Industry Federation’s submission to the Central Bank’s review of its macro-prudential mortgage has recommended changes to the rules that would allow the average couple with a strong track record of paying rent to secure a mortgage.
A group of policy-makers has heard that the housing crisis will not be resolved until there is a reduction in the cost of Government levies and taxation, estimated to be 36 per cent of the value of a new home at a forum hosted by the Construction Industry Federation (CIF).
Mayo construction companies and sole traders have been invited to attend a free briefing on the new building regulations and the construction register. The briefing is being organised by the Construction Industry Federation (CIF) and will take place in the Pillo Hotel, Galway, at 9am on Wednesday next, March 12 . Members and non members of the CIF are invited to attend.
The Carlow / Kilkenny Branch of the Construction Industry Federation (CIF) has called on Government to borrow now to deliver infrastructure and to deal with onerous and excessively bureaucratic pre-qualifying procedures for public sector construction projects.
Construction employers in Kilkenny are to set to urge the government to make job protection and creation the number one priority in December’s Budget.