Tuesday December 1, 2020

Bouncing back with confidence

Key to Ireland’s future success in the engineering sector is attracting the best talent but, to do this, we need to change outdated perceptions of the career

24th April, 2016
New ACEI President Richard Crowe (right) being congratulated by outgoing President Kevin Rudden

Necessity, they say, is the mother of all invention. When the bottom fell out of the Irish economy in recent years, engineering consultant firms had to look abroad as capital investment here ground to a halt.

An element of re-invention was vital for survival.

Thankfully, the corner has been turned and Ireland is building again, albeit at a pedestrian pace. However, the imprint of Irish engineering on the world stage is now more apparent than...

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