Saturday, 26th May 2018
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The 2nd National Construction Summit will be held this month in the RDS, Dublin. The free to attend event, which will be jointly chaired by Tom Parlon, Director General, Construction Industry Federation (CIF) and Tom Moloney, Chief Executive, Construction Information Services (CIS) offer a platform for discussion and debate on the future of one of Irelands most important sectors.

The event will be opened by Damien English, Minister of State for Housing and Urban Renewal. Key note speakers including Mary Buckley, IDA, Phelim Devine, Design Director of the E800m National Paediatric Hospital, Fiona Cormican, Cluid Housing, John O Hara, Dublin City Planner, Pat Barry, Chief Executive, Irish Green Building Council, Tom Phillips, Chairman Property Industry Ireland and Garry Connolly, CEO, Host in Ireland. In total the eve will comprise over 170 speakers, 1 main stage, 6 seminars, 110 exhibitors and 20 supporting associations .

This event will bring together key stakeholders and regulatory bodies from construction companies, policy makers, project owners, government and municipal bodies, lenders & private investment firms, architectural and design firms, technology companies, legal & tax professionals, equipment and machinery providers, service providers etc. To date over 2,000 delegates have registered. There are a limited number of complimentary passes still available. Workshops

The purpose of the conference is to stimulate debate and identify the areas in need of investment, to connect the industry to investors and projects, to make delegates aware of all regulatory and tax issues and to identify key technologies that can assist in meeting Ireland’s construction needs. With an array of conferences, workshops and networking, delegates should be leave the event a clear vision of the key trends facing the construction sector. Join your industry peers for a engaging and thought provoking event which will stimulate debate on how Ireland can rebuild its construction industry in a sustainable manner to meet the real needs of Ireland and create a stable long term future of the industry and the country.

An exhibition of key equipment and service providers will run alongside the main conference with opportunities to meet new suppliers. Three dedicated workshops on Sustainability, Innovation and Market Intelligence will offer visitors the chance to hear case studies and technical papers from companies delivering best practice in construction techniques.

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