Construction Ireland: Skills shortage vs. labour shortage
“If the calibre of the boutique hotels opening is any indication, Dublin is having something of a moment.”
Following recent expansion, Townmore announces internal promotions
Townmore Construction finalist in the ICE Awards 2020
WORK has begun on the partial demolition of the former Windsor Hotel on MacCurtain St for it to be rebuilt as a €7 million 'micro-sleeper' hotel with 73 rooms.
Last week we published Townmore’s top 5 construction tech picks for the next decade: A New Decade of Construction (link here: https://townmore.ie/news/2020-a-new-decade-of-construction/). Construction software and project management tools topped that list. While these might well be considered the least exciting form of innovation, we know from experience that they are amongst the most relevant and impactful tools for effective construction project management. Also, this is very often the first big step towards digital transformation and the first digital innovation investment for many Irish contractors.
Townmore’s Top 5 Construction Tech Picks for a New Decade
There is no doubt about it, Christmas brings out the very best in people. It is an important time of the year to reflect and take stock of how fortunate we are and how much we have, even if it doesn’t always feel that way.
Townmore are delighted to donate €2000 to Dóchas Offaly Cancer Support Group this Christmas.
Sustainable building needs to be at the forefront of construction as we move away from unsustainable means of creating the places people live, work, socialise and spend time.