This national event will see more than 1,500 delegates from all areas across the construction sector with construction companies, developers, architects, surveyors, engineers and property managers in attendance
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Thousands of the country’s leading construction professionals are set to turn out for this year’s annual National Construction Summit at the Citywest Hotel & Convention Centre on May 2.

Minister for Housing TD Eoghan Murphy will open the event, which is now in its fourth year. Some of the highlights include seminars on business intelligence, market trends and sustainable construction. Key topics in the programme include meet the buyer, infrastructure, smart and lean construction, careers and training.

This national event will see more than 1,500 delegates from all areas across the construction sector with construction companies, developers, architects, surveyors, engineers and property managers all in attendance.

This year’s summit is stronger than ever and consists of a strong line-up of notable speakers including TD & Green Party leader Eamon Ryan, UCD economist Colm McCarthy and group chief economist at Bank of Ireland, Loretta O’Sullivan, among others.

The Construction Industry Federation, the industry’s representative body, are this year’s gold sponsors. With more than 100 free-to-attend business and industry related seminars, organisers promise a worthwhile visit.

Visitor registration: http://www.nationalconstructionsummit.ie/delegatesregister.

Email: info@nationalconstructionsummit.ie.

Telephone enquiries: +353 1 6120880.

 

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Thousands of the country's leading construction professionals are set to turn out for this year’s annual National Construction Summit at the Citywest Hotel & Convention Centre on May 2. Minister for Housing TD Eoghan Murphy will open the event, which is now in its fourth year. Some of the highlights...