Projects are good to go with ACEI
The engineering sector has upskilled to work remotely and has continued to deliver major projects throughout the pandemic, Conor McCarthy, president of the ACEI, tells Arlene Harris
The pandemic has affected Irish industry across every sector and continues to do so. But despite the devastation it has wreaked, business is continuing, the world is still turning and projects are progressing.
Conor McCarthy, president of the Association of Consulting Engineers of Ireland (ACEI) and director of Jennings O’Donovan, says the firms represented by ACEI have taken a hit in recent months. While Brexit had been the most concerning factor, the onset of Covid-19,...
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