The Irish are designing, engineering and constructing the world
Irish building firms are big players abroad. At home, the industry plays a pivotal role in delivering the infrastucture and housing the country needs
Today, Irish construction companies are building some of the world’s most remarkable structures.
In Dubai, BAM is building the Museum of the Future; a €2.5 billion construction requiring the management of vast quantities of data and is considered the most complex construction in history.
In Saudi Arabia, Jones Engineering Group is working on Riyadh’s first metro which will see men and women travel in public together in the capital. Across Scandinavia, Collen Construction...
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