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Irish homeowners have spent €1.737bn through the Home Renovation Incentive (HRI) since its launch in 2013.
The construction sector must work to attract more than 112,000 workers into the industry up to 2020, to ensure that Ireland can deliver on its housing and infrastructure targets.
Analysis by the Construction Industry Federation (CIF) shows that 14,917 new houses were started between January and October this year.
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.
Figures compiled by Construction Magazine for its annual Top 50 listing show that turnover in Ireland’s leading construction contractors grew by €1 billion across a 12-month period, as global demand for Irish construction continues to increase strongly.
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 annual GMIT International Construction Management Day Conference will take place at the GMIT Dublin Road campus on Tuesday March 7, from 9am. Hosted by the GMIT Department of Building and Civil Engineering it is the largest annual gathering of its kind in the west of Ireland, bringing together architects, engineers, surveyors, contractors and academics to discuss matters of interest in the built environment.
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.
A report commissioned by the Construction Industry Federation (CIF) and carried out by DKM consultants in conjunction with SOLAS, states that construction activity could potentially generate a requirement for 112,000 jobs up to 2020.
The Construction Industry Federation has launched its annual construction safety week campaign this week and called on all construction companies to set aside time to reemphasise the importance of safety to their employees with a view to further reducing workplace accidents.