All Ireland Articles

JCB opens new online ordering site
Site will ‘transform’ how customers in the UK & Ireland buy construction machinery, says manufacturer 
First for electric JCB in Ireland
John Sisk & Son becomes first construction company in Ireland to invest in an electric telehandler
$354 million Dublin Airport contract awarded
Sisk/Lagan JV to carry out demolition, preparation and site clearance works
Euro Access acquired by explosion safety specialist
Longstanding relationship leads Pyroban to expand with military and aerospace MEWP manufacturer
Water management vital to tackle infra climate challenges
Proactive water management: How pumping and treatment equipment can make infrastructure more climate resilient, while saving time and reducing costs
BAM posts positive results but issues supply chain warning
Strong increase in revenue for construction group, but supply chain and Covid-19 uncertainties remain 
How construction workers are struggling with poor mental health
Why poor mental health is such a problem in the construction industry, and what we can do to lower suicide rates
GAP Group to offer machine control technology
UK rental company GAP is to supply Trimble machine control technology in a new partnership with software provider Sitech UK & Ireland.
New battery tech coming to market
Xerotech tests modular battery system platform for construction equipment
Finning reports start of HS2 deliveries
Caterpillar dealer reports a 21% fall in sales for 2000, with new equipment revenues down 40%
New sales manager for Terex Washing Systems
Martin Loughran to maximise sales in materials processing sector in both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland
Republic of Ireland halts non-essential construction
Non-essential construction in the Republic will halt from 6pm on Friday 8 January
LaBounty names BPH Attachments an exclusive dealer
Attachments manufacturer’s exclusive dealer offers sales and hire services for UK and Ireland
Irish firm seeks €1.6bn funding for climate projects
Semi-state company Bord na Móna anticipates 300% increase in renewable energy output
BAM’s modular response to Covid-19
Contractor opts to use offsite construction techniques on Irish residential development
BAM reopens in UK and offers Euro update
Dutch contractor says it has redesigned operations to ensure social distancing can be observed
Dublin innovation district gets go-ahead
Irish government aims to establish a tech start-up community with €1.1 billion development
Plans for growth at Intel’s Leixlip plant
Exyte requests permission to build 14 contractors’ compounds at tech giant’s site in Ireland
Historic Irish church refurbished and preserved
Best conservation practice brings Dublin’s Scots back into use 
Dublin Airport secures €350 million EIB loan
European Investment Bank agrees to finance airport upgrades in Ireland
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