Denise holds an LLM in Construction Law, Arbitration and Adjudication. She has experience acting for parties involved in dispute resolution processes and is a certified mediator
Minister Ross Welcomes over €136m funding for multiple safety schemes and road projectsJanuary 18, 2018
Eleven new schemes, three of them in Donegal, have been announced. The Ardee Bypass will begin construction in 2018
150-job Jaguar Land Rover announcement at Shannon Free ZoneJanuary 17, 2018
Jaguar Land Rover has confirmed that it will locate its new software engineering centre at two new state-of-the-art buildings at the Shannon Free Zone
Professor of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics and Professor of Public Engagement at the University of Sheffield. Professor Sharkey will address “Responsibility amidst a Revolution in Artificial Intelligence and Robotics”.
Roadbridge and Limerick City & County Council have begun work on the provision of CCTV to 14 towns in the Limerick HinterlandJanuary 16, 2018
Roadbridge was awarded the contract and will work to a tight programme to have certain towns completed by the end of year
PM Group Appoints two new Board DirectorsJanuary 15, 2018
Andy Rayner has worked with PM Group since 1989 and has over 30 years of experience, while Anthony O’Rourke has worked with PM Group since 1994
Fire safety guidance note issuedJanuary 15, 2018
The National Directorate for Fire and Emergency Management, Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government has issued a Fire safety guidance note 01 of 2017 - Assessing existing cladding systems in buildings of more than six storeys, or more than 18m in height
SolarWhite is an inorganic, non-porous, thermooptical coating for controlling the temperature of satellite radiator surfaces - the absorptive and emissive values are extremely stable at high and low temperatures and under harsh radiation.
Firsts for Ireland in EU-funded ‘Causeway’ to Greener TransportJanuary 12, 2018
NUI Galway and Gas Networks Ireland are leading a new transport revolution as they introduce compressed natural gas (CNG) and renewable gas for trucks, vans and buses.
Minister Denis Naughten announces shift in Government-funded energy efficiency schemesJanuary 9, 2018
The funding available for external wall insulation will be significantly increased, with grant levels ranging from €2,750 to €6,000 in a bid to encourage even more homeowners to invest in the energy efficiency of their homes
The Economic Review of Geoscience Sector puts a value of €3.3 billion on the economic impact of the sectoral outputs for 2016, across geotourism and geoheritage, groundwater, extractive industries, geoscience research and geohazards
Kearney won for his project on the design of an electronic calculator. The Peter Rice Medal is awarded annually by Dundalk Institute of Technology's School of Engineering and is sponsored by Engineers Ireland North East Region
Dr O’Halloran is a Techrete Senior Lecturer in Medical Electronics at NUI Galway’s College of Engineering and Informatics and College of Medicine, and a Founder-Director of the Lambe Translational Medical Device Lab at Galway University Hospital.
Jo da Silva to deliver IStructE Gold Medal address on ‘Design, Disasters and Development’January 8, 2018
The Medal has been awarded to Arup's Jo da Silva to recognise her leadership as a structural and humanitarian engineer, and for her work on urban resilience. The address takes place in Trinity on 25 January
CÚRAM scoops top award for academic contribution to medtechJanuary 5, 2018
CÚRAM has been awarded the ‘Academic Contribution to Medtech Award’ at the Irish Medtech Awards, which celebrate organisations that play a leading role in making Ireland a location of choice for the industry
Engineering, construction and life sciences each rose by 8% over the past year, but more engineering graduates are required to maintain growth in the sector
Michael McNicholas has over 35 years’ experience in senior leadership positions in the public and private sectors and is a fellow of Engineers Ireland
The Environmental Research Institute has launched a €44 million investment in environmental research projects at University College Cork, focusing on a zero carbon, resource efficient and sustainable society
CitA BIM Gathering grows to 23 exhibitors and 300 attendeesJanuary 2, 2018
The Gatherings, organised by the Construction IT Alliance, are great educational and networking events which bring industry, academia and government together to debate the impact of digital technologies in Irish construction
Engineers Ireland’s Conservation Group announces new officers at AGMDecember 19, 2017
The outgoing Chair Tim Ryan briefly summarised the activities over the past two years which included two successful seminars held at Clyde Road and he welcomed the new appointments. The AGM discussed a possible programme for the year ahead