Saturday February 29, 2020

We need to be constantly rebuilding Ireland

Keeping heavily worked physical assets in good repair is crucial to prosperity, but paid-for facilities like the tolled M50 will always be better maintained

30th April, 2017

Property is too complex a topic for any one person to ever know it all; you can’t know everything about site choice, planning, engineering, architecture, procurement, construction and every trade associated with it to completion.

This is why we hear different arguments about what is wrong with the system. We know we have a current output problem. Ask people why and you’ll get different answers every time, most of which will be correct...

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