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Cork 2012: Three major projects to go ahead in Cork

Cork County Council has appointed Mott MacDonald Ireland as consultants for the construction of a new Science Innovation and Technology Park in Curraheen.

23rd June, 2012
Martin Riordan, Cork county manager: 'Tourism is seen as one of the key economic drivers'. Photo: Billy MacGill

Cork County Council has appointed Mott MacDonald Ireland as consultants for the construction of a new Science Innovation and Technology Park in Curraheen.

The park will be built on about 100 hectares of land between Ballincollig and Bishopstown, immediately to the west of the Cork Institute of Technology (CIT), and will include the construction of a 2km access road.

"The real key to jobs of the future is converting research and development into an idea which...

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