Realising Cork’s ambitions as a 21st-century city

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21st November, 2021
L-R: Deputy Lord Mayor of Cork, Councillor Fergal Dennehy; Anne Graham, CEO, National Transport Authority; Michael O’Sullivan Greene, Chair of CIF Cork Region and Director, O’Leary & O’Sullivan Developments Ltd; Ann Doherty, Chief Executive, Cork City Council and Frank Kelly, President, CIF Pictures: Maura Hickey

The third annual Southern Construct Conference by the Construction Industry Federation (CIF) was able to proceed in person. With the recent restriction announcements fresh in people’s minds – the conference took additional measures such as regular breaks and continued ventilation of the venue throughout the day, the energy of a physical event alongside the measures.

The conference, which took place in the Clayton Hotel Silver Springs in Cork, covered all aspects of the...

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