12 months from now, Ireland’s construction supply chain landscape could look very different. SMEs are likely to be the most severely hit by COVID19, suffering from cashflow challenges, reduced productivity and labour shortages.
The two-week lockdown, announced by Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, means that only construction sites that are critical to stopping the spread of coronavirus are to continue
Ireland has made a remarkable transition from primarily an agricultural economy in the late 1970s to a dynamic services-based economy 40 years later. We discuss what makes STEM skills so pertinent to the future of Ireland.
Ronan has over ten years postgraduate experience working in construction consultancy and this latest promotion is a reflection of not only his attention to detail (honed as Cost Manager over six busy years) but also his focus on developing and standardising Duke McCaffrey’s core processes; enabling the business to grow yet continue to maintain the high professional standards set by the founders, Kevin Duke and Joe McCaffrey.
Tourism in Ireland grew for a second quarter this year, with the number of visitors reaching record levels. As we await quarter three results from Ireland’s central statistics office, it is worth reflecting on the activity for the year.