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Condition of Irish housing a serious concern – engineersJune 26, 2019

Engineers Ireland publishes 100 actions to future-proof Ireland’s built environment in its State of Ireland 2019 report. A total of 52% of engineers believe Ireland’s infrastructure is not in good condition and lacks capacity for future development, while housing is given a ‘D’ grade, denoting serious concern and requiring immediate action  
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OHMG press on with new Lisburn care centreJune 25, 2019

The centre on the site of the Lagan Valley hospital will bring together eight GP practices. The contract, worth almost £30m, was awarded to the consortium, GPG O’Hare, and work on the 12,792-sq-m development, which will include a basement car park, is due to be completed by the spring of 2021
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Engineers to play central role in Climate Action PlanJune 21, 2019

Engineers Ireland, the professional membership body for engineers in Ireland, has welcomed the ‘Climate Action Plan 2019 To Tackle Climate Breakdown’ which contains more than 180 priority actions aiming to provide the public with a cleaner, safer and more sustainable future

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‘Construction 2050’ – stakeholders call for new policy frameworkJune 19, 2019

Construction stakeholders believe that the Construction 2020 initiative should be reinforced in order to fully achieve its ambitions, aimed at supporting the construction sector’s adaptation to key emerging challenges and to promote the sustainable competitiveness of the sector

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Murphy Surveys lines ups Jerry Grant as non-executive directorJune 13, 2019

Grant’s career spans four decades and his achievements have earned him recognition as Ireland’s foremost technical expert in water services. At RPS he oversaw the delivery of some of the largest infrastructure projects in Ireland in water, transport, waste management and environmental services