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Unsecured trade creditors of Lagan Construction owed £9m

Unsecured trade creditors of Lagan Construction owed £9m

Administrators estimate the Belfast-headquartered group has total debts of £45m Unsecured trade creditors of the failed Lagan Construction Group , many of them small firms, are owed more than £9 milli...

Emigrant builders urged to come home

Emigrant builders urged to come home

Construction bosses have appealed to thousands of builders who emigrated during the recession to return home, saying at least 112,000 more workers are needed. Tom Parlon, director general of the Const...

IRISH CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITY SET TO INCREASE IN YEAR AHEAD BUT CHALLENGES REMAIN

IRISH CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITY SET TO INCREASE IN YEAR AHEAD

The latest SCSI/PwC Construction Market Monitor has been released today. This report has been informed and guided by views, perceptions and opinions of almost 300 chartered surveyors, as well as input...

Apple scraps plans for data centre in Athenry, Galway

Apple scraps plans for data centre in Athenry, Galway

Apple planned to invest €850m in the new data centre, which would create 300 jobs. West of Ireland industry has been dealt a hammer blow after Apple formally pulled out of the anticipated €850million ...

Ireland Chapter of Project Management Institute’s announce all-island working group on Brexit

Ireland Chapter of Project Management Institute’s announce all-island working group on Brexit

Irish project managers have announced the establishment of a cross-border working group to address Brexit, today (26 April) at the Ireland Chapter of Project Management Institute’s (PMI) annual confer...

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