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Will Robots & Automation Replace Irish Construction Workers?

Will Robots & Automation Replace Irish Construction Workers?

Two in five Irish jobs at risk from robots Two out of every five jobs in Ireland are set to disappear or change substantially over the next 20 years because of increasing automation. Robots, IT, and a...

Building costs rapidly rising to Celtic Tiger peak

Building costs rapidly rising to Celtic Tiger peak

Construction costs will surpass 2006 levels this year and are rapidly approaching the highest levels of the Celtic Tiger bubble, according to new figures from the Society of Chartered Surveyors Irelan...

Plan for 200 new homes in Barna lodge with An Bord Pleanála

Plan for 200 new homes in Barna lodge with An Bord Pleanála

Plans for nearly 200 new homes on an 18-acre site in Barna have been lodged with An Bord Pleanála. If approved, it is understood that up to 150 jobs would be created during construction with the first...

Land rezoning makes way for potential to build 36 new homes in Portlaoise

Land rezoning makes way for potential to build 36 new homes in Portlaoise

Land in Portlaoise was rezoned to allow for the opportunity of a housing development on the site near Kilminchy. A submission was made to the Draft Portloise Local Area Plan 2018 - 2024 by Dunamaise H...

New €5m bridge over Lee

New €5m bridge over Lee

The construction of the €5million Harley's Street Pedestrian and Cycle Bridge - which will link Cork city centre and the Victorian quarter - will start this month. It's expected, when fully operationa...

Approval to be given for Ireland's first technological university

Approval to be given for Ireland's first technological university

Formal approval has been given for the country's first technological university. The new university will comprise of a merger between the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT), and the Tallaght and Bla...

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