Subdued prognosis in latest Linesight industry update
The latest edition of the specialist consultancy firm’s annual handbook looks at the impact of the lockdowns on the construction industry
Linesight, the specialist consultancy firm, has launched its annual Ireland Construction Industry Handbook with a comprehensive view of the impact of a series of lockdowns on Ireland‘s construction industry.
“As we mark a full year of the Covid-19 pandemic, the continued lockdown of parts of the construction industry is disappointing and costly,” said Richard Joyce, Linesight‘s European managing director.
Joyce presented the webinar with three other Linesight directors, Kim...
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