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Ayesa appointed to design €120m Trinity Wharf Project in Ireland
Construction activities for the 10-acre project are said to kick off in the fourth quarter of 2024.
€200m solar farm proposed for Ireland
German energy company GP Joule unveils plans for 190MW facility in County Meath
Speedy finalises hydrogen genset JV
Speedy and AFC Energy create JV company
Decarbonisation efforts stalling in Europe and US, new study finds
Global Retrofit Index reveals current plans to improve energy performance are falling short
Ireland urged to raise demo project tax to 23%
Chartered Institute of Building says current 13% VAT “creates perverse environment”
GEDA transport platform assists construction crews in Ireland
During a residential project outside of Dublin, the GEDA 1200 Z/ZP safely transported workers, materials on the jobsite
Plastic at heart of Irish road project
Dura delivers 2km of kerb and drainage made from 70% recycled materials
8 of the biggest construction contract notices across Europe in August
New contract opportunities worth billions of Euros opened for competitive tenders in August.
Ireland’s first metro project moves a step closer
Multidisciplinary team selected to design and build Dublin’s MetroLink
Crumbling UK hospitals highlight problems with reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete
Why reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete (RAAC) is proving to be a headache for the owners of older buildings and why good inspection, remediation and maintenance are crucial.
8 of the biggest construction contract notices across Europe in July
New invitations to tender for billions of Euros worth of construction contracts across Europe were published in July.
Demand for battery pack tech increases
Irish battery solutions manufacturer to add 100 jobs as it seeks to keep up with global demand
Dublin airport’s biggest airline carrier halts planning application
Ryanair is said to have lodged a planning appeal against a new tunnel at the airport
UK government invites Kingspan for talks on fire safety compensation after Grenfell disaster
The UK housing secretary Michael Gove has invited construction products manufacturer Kingspan for talks about paying for remediation on buildings where its combustible insulation was installed inappropriately.
€400m Dublin Port expansion to include 190m lifting bridge over Liffey
Dublin Port Company has started a formal consultation on a €400m expansion, including a 190m-long lifting bridge over the river Liffey.
Outlook for construction in Western Europe
Economist Scott Hazelton looks at markets under pressure 
‘First of its kind’ MetroLink project to go ahead in Dublin
The planned works aim to increase transport links across the capital
JCB opens new online ordering site
Site will ‘transform’ how customers in the UK & Ireland buy construction machinery, says manufacturer 
First for electric JCB in Ireland
John Sisk & Son becomes first construction company in Ireland to invest in an electric telehandler
$354 million Dublin Airport contract awarded
Sisk/Lagan JV to carry out demolition, preparation and site clearance works
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