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Ganson to attend the CPAS Breakfast Briefing: Opportunities for Construction Companies 2019

Ganson to attend the CPAS Breakfast Briefing: Opportunities for Construction Companies 2019

the The CIF and CPAS welcome you to join a breakfast briefing with Bobby Kerr on November 21st in

The Red Cow Moran Hotel, Dublin.

At this special briefing, hosted by CPAS, construction companies will hear from experts on areas such as:

  • Accessing finance
  • Brexit opportunity
  • Government funding options for business
  • Outlook for the industry

Jeanette Mair, Economic and Policy Research Executive with the CIF will be among those speaking along with an Economic Address from AIB. Further speakers to be announced shortly who will also cover topics relevant to construction companies and their needs.

We hope you can join us for what promises to be an insightful morning.

7.30 am- Registration and full sit down breakfast
8.00 am- Briefing commences
9.30 am- Briefing Closes

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Irish Building Magazine – Irish Main Contractors 2017

The Irish Building Magazine recently released their top performers within the construction sector for 2017. Ganson are proud to be 17th on The Irish main contractors list for 2017. Congratulations to the other Top 50 companies whose turnover rose to €6.72 billion over the last 12 months. Let’s Hope 2018 is even better.

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The combined turnover of Ireland’s top construction firms has increased by €720 million on last year according to Construction Magazine’s annual Top 50 CIF Contractors listing for 2018.

 

The annual listing gives a snapshot of the overall growth in Irish construction as it delivers many large scale projects throughout Ireland and the world, attracting foreign direct investment to Ireland and exporting over €1.6bn in construction expertise.

According to Construction Magazine’s figures the Top 50 Irish Contractors reported a combined turnover of €6.72billion over the last 12 months, with €5.1billion of this activity taking place in Ireland and a €1.62billion resulting from exported construction services.

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Ganson deliver another quality educational facility for C.M.E.T.B.

On Wednesday 9th May 2018, Coláiste Dún an Rí officially opened its doors to Kingscourt and the wider community. Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys was present and had the privilege of cutting the ribbon. This school marks another one in a long line of successfully delivered quality projects completed by Ganson Building & Civil Engineering Ltd.

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Clúid Housing begins €21m regeneration of north east inner city flat complex with Ganson Building & Civil Engineering at the helm

Major regeneration project gets underway

In December 2017, Clúid Housing began a €21m redevelopment of St. Mary’s Mansions flat complex in Dublin’s North East inner city. Former and future residents of the social housing scheme joined Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government, Eoghan Murphy TD and Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure & Reform, Paschal Donohoe TD at a photo call to mark the beginning of this highly anticipated regeneration project.

The flat complex was built by Dublin Corporation nearly 70 years ago and needs total refurbishment to bring it up to current standards. The regeneration works are scheduled for completion in mid-2019 and, when complete, will provide high quality social housing to 80 local families and single people. The works will include the addition of two new floors and will be laid out as 1, 2, 3- and 4-bedroom apartments and duplexes.

€21 million investment

The regeneration will cost just over €21 million. Clúid will finance the project through a combination of loans from the Housing Finance Agency (HFA), European Investment Bank (EIB) and financial support from the Department of Housing, Planning and Local Government.
Clúid’s New Business Director, Fiona Cormican commented: “Clúid Housing is absolutely delighted to see this regeneration project get underway. The redevelopment of St. Mary’s Mansions will provide much needed social housing for local people and it is going to have a phenomenal impact on the local community.”
The project is being delivered through a partnership between Clúid and Dublin City Council, Dublin North East Inner City, the European Investment Bank, Ganson, the Housing Finance Agency, Inner City Organisations Network (ICON) and Rebuilding Ireland.
Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy TD commented: “The regeneration of St. Mary’s Mansions is a wonderful example of partnership. I am very much looking forward to seeing the results of this innovative collaboration between Rebuilding Ireland, Clúid Housing and Dublin City Council. This redevelopment will provide much needed social housing for the North-East Inner-City area..”

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The project will provide a safe, comfortable home for all residents whilst communal features such as the central courtyard and community room will help build upon the existing community spirit in the area.