ACEI

News

acei.ie
ACEI welcomes the update from Ciara Ahern, Head of the Building Engineering programme in the Technological University Dublin (TUD previously DIT) as she continues to promote Building Engineering as a career along with the assistance of an expert Steering Group that includes ACEI members. On 6th March 2019, an article in The Independent highlighted the shortage of Building Engineers. Read...
MORE
acei.ie
ACEI would like to thank Irish Water for facilitating two recent very successful workshops for members on connection processes. The workshops were full, and ACEI members were provided with much valuable information during interactive discussions.  A photo taken at one of the Workshops is below including ACEI Secretary General Sarah Ingle and Irish Water presenters: ...
MORE
acei.ie
As part of a Government of Ireland Initiative, NSAI invites you to attend a briefing on the potential impacts of Brexit on the construction sector, taking place in both Dublin and Cork.  This event is relevant for: ...
MORE
acei.ie
ACEI is pleased to congratulate Executive Member, Conor McCarthy on being appointed President of the Sligo Chamber.  A member of the executive of Sligo Chamber since 2009, Conor takes up the role as President having served on the management committee for the past year.  From Lifford in County Donegal, Conor attended Summerhill College before graduating in Civil Engineering from NUIG.  He has worked for over 36...
MORE
acei.ie
The Office of Government Procurement regularly updates guidelines produced as part of the National Public Procurement Policy Framework.  These guidelines aim to promote best practice and consistency of application of public procurement rules.     The OGP has recently published version 2 of the Public Procurement Guidelines for Goods and Services.  The new version...
MORE