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ACEI ready to meet population surge with vision

Tony Horan, ACEI president, says that although it will take time to fully assimilate the proposals, the future looks bright

4th March, 2018
Tony Horan, Ppresident, the Association of Consulting Engineers of Ireland (ACEI)

By 2040, it is estimated that the Irish population will have increased by at least a million. This will result in the need for extensive developments in new housing, infrastructure, schools and hospitals. While Project Ireland 2040 – the National Planning Framework (NPF) – has outlined its means of dealing with the expected population surge, catering for its future requirements is a very real issue.

The Association of Consulting Engineers of Ireland (ACEI) is a voluntary body...

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