Construction bosses back state housing bank
A new survey shows that confidence in the Irish construction industry remains high
According to PwC's Construction Industry Survey, skills shortages and securing finance for projects are key concerns.
Among construction industry leaders, 88 per cent are favourable about the outlook for their sector for the next three years, but this is slightly down compared with this time last year when it was 95 per cent. According to the survey, 59 per cent of Ireland's construction firms will increase turnover by more than 10 per cent in the...
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