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Steel serves up store refurbishment

A famous department store in Dublin is being refurbished with structural steelwork to form the centrepiece of a new mixed-use

Jamestown’s safety and people strategy

Building on the foundations of a strong performance through 2019, Jamestown continues to invest in both plant and people as it pushes forward into 2020. …

Factory of the future

China’s leading biologics medicine manufacturer is constructing its first ever European production facility in Ireland. Martin Cooper reports from Dundalk. …

Steel climbs new heights in Limerick

Forming an important part of the University of Limerick’s new student facilities, a steel-framed building accommodating a climbing wall is nearing …

Packaging factory is all in the frame

Speed of delivery and ease of construction are just two of the reasons why a steel-framed solution was chosen for a manufacturing facility in Ireland. Leading …

Grandstand finish in sight at Curragh racecourse

Steelwork for the new main grandstand at the Curragh racecourse in Ireland, which forms the centrepiece to the large redevelopment scheme, is nearing …

Steel stars at Irish cinema

The city of Kilkenny will soon have a new 10-screen cinema complex, as construction work is currently progressing apace on the site of a former cattle market. …

Continued success at Jamestown

Architects and engineers are having greater input through the constructional steelwork fabrication process on ‘higher-end’ projects says structural …

Ten-screen cinema for Kilkenny

Structural steelwork is going up for a new ten-screen cinema complex in Kilkenny, Republic of Ireland. Designed by locally-based Brian Dunlop Architects, the …

Dublin shopping centre expands with steel

The Frascati Shopping Centre in Blackrock, south Dublin, is undergoing a major redevelopment which includes the construction of new retail extensions. Because …

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