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Construction Safety Week is a national awareness campaign aimed at promoting positive safety and health amongst Ireland’s 159,000+ construction workers, clients, and industry stakeholders.  The goal is to generate engagement amongst CIF members and non-members alike, to further promote a culture of safety, health, and wellbeing in construction. This year, the campaign will run over the entire month of October but...
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A newly developed newsletter, ConsultA, arising from the Covid-19 crisis was set up for ACEI members in March 2020. The word consulta is a noun, which means an official meeting or consultation. Included in the newsletter are weblinks to the European (EFCA) and International consulting engineering association (FIDIC). There are also links to Irish government and agency webpages with current...
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The latest EFCA newsletter has recently been published, information on the following is included:         EFCA Sector Review;         Future Trends Committee: final discussion on the report ‘Seizing opportunities in times of...
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Iarnród Éireann Irish Rail is currently setting up a new qualifying system (QS) for signalling, electrical & telecommunications (SET) professional consultant services.  If your company is interested in doing business in these areas please apply by following the link ...
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David McHugh, ACEI President 2021-2022 presented certificates on Friday, 2nd September to the award winners at a gala dinner in the Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin. ACEI congratulates all the award-winning firms on their well-deserved accolades.   Project of the Year Winner: Nicholas O ‘Dwyer Limited For: Cork Lower Harbour Main Drainage Scheme ...
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