€7bn worth of Contract & Supply opportunities detailed in New Report on Key and Major Construction Projects for 2014.
Published by Construction Information Services (CIS) the ‘Construction Opportunities’ 2014 Report is a ‘Special Report’ on the largest, active and ready to go Construction Projects in Ireland both North and South for the year ahead. The Report is designed to assist companies who are preparing to take advantage of the return to growth in the Irish Construction Industry.
Construction Opportunities 2014 features 450 fully researched ‘Key’ and ‘Major’ Construction projects which will commence and/or be completed in 2014 and includes thousands of Contract and Supply opportunities to the value of almost €7bn. The Projects included cover 8 Key construction sectors -Industrial, Commercial, Residential, Medical, Educational, Civil Works, Sports & Community and Hospitality across all counties in both the Republic and Northern Ireland.
The construction sector recorded further strong growth at the end of 2013 as new orders rose sharply again. Purchasing activity and employment increased as a result and the industry as a whole is showing record levels of optimism. With this undoubted upturn and renewed confidence this CIS Construction Opportunities ‘Special Report’ is the ideal and most effective way to plan for 2014.
In addition, the ‘Report’ also includes a Foreword from Phil Hogan T.D., Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government, together with a number of articles from
Tom Parlon, Director General of the CIF, Austin Hughes, Chief Economist, KBC Bank and John Armstrong, Managing Director of the Construction Employers Federation of Northern Ireland.
Also included in this valuable resource are Listings of projects in the ‘Planning Pipeline’, the ‘Key Professionals’ and the ‘Key Contractors’ in each of the 8 Construction Sectors covered.
For further information regarding CIS ‘Construction Opportunities’ 2014 you can either e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, visit: www.cisireland.com or phone 00353 1 2999200.