Capital foundations getting stronger, but more attention needed on climate and education – engineersOctober 9, 2019
Stop that car, and plan cities around bikes to make cycling a real option for more womenSeptember 9, 2019
Cycling is contentious because campaigners demand physical changes to the roads – often at the expense of cars. And roads are political, writes...
Engineers Ireland has repeated its call for a single infrastructure authority to manage planning, procurement and delivery of large-scale projects
Green light for National Train Control CentreJuly 29, 2019
The Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross TD, has announced government approval of a new National Train Control Centre which will ena...
Follow the yellow brick road: the art of routingJuly 1, 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 engi...
Concerns over lack of housing supply nationwide and ‘supply mismatch’ within greater Dublin area – reportMarch 26, 2019
Kings of the roadMarch 12, 2019
Failure investigations and the forensic process: Part 2February 26, 2019
13 facts about the controversial massive Chinese dam that slowed the Earth’s rotationFebruary 12, 2019
Ireland West Airport has announced the award of the main construction contract for the rehabilitation of the airport's runway to a joint venture comp...
Stadiums aren’t fated to disrepair and disuse – history shows they can change with the cityJanuary 29, 2019
How huge floods and complex infrastructure could have triggered ancient Angkor’s demiseDecember 11, 2018
Climate Action Fund support to develop national high-power EV charging network welcomed by ESBDecember 11, 2018
Announcement hailed as the most significant moment in the e-mobility infrastructure story in Ireland since ESB began installing public chargers in 20...