Deciding on the right path
Project Ireland 2040 requires innovative and brave approaches from sector, the CIF annual conference was told. Quinton O’Reilly reports
Collaboration from all parties is now more critical than ever if Ireland is to meet the challenges that construction faces in the next 20 years. The path “from concept to concrete”, as CIF president Pat Lucey described it, is fraught with challenges and while there’s optimism, there are significant issues that need to be addressed.
At a busy Croke Park, those who attended this year’s CIF annual conference witnessed robust panel discussions...
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