Engineers Ireland President 2013/14
Dr John O'Dea has assumed the role of President of Engineers Ireland. John received the chain of office at the AGM on 13th June from outgoing President Michael Phillips.
Innovative student engineer of the year winners announced
Patrick Byrnes, a student at Cork Institute of Technology (CIT)has won first prize in the Engineers Ireland Level 8 Innovative Student Engineer of the Year Awards 2013, sponsored by Siemens, it was announced today. Alistair Chambers, a student at IT Carlow, won the Level 7 category.
Party Politics Should Not Derail Critical Infrastructure Investment
Party politics and short-term thinking need to be put aside to support long-term planning and Ireland’s economic recovery, according to the President of Engineers Ireland, Michael Phillips.
Irish Water chief to address Engineers Ireland conference
Dr John Tierney, Managing Director of Irish Water, the new public water utility in charge of metering, is to give the keynote address at the Engineers Ireland Annual Conference 2013
Irish Naval Service Awarded CPD Employer Accreditation
The Irish Naval Service, the State's principal sea-going agency based in the Naval Base, Haulbowline, Co. Cork, has been awarded the prestigious CPD Accredited Employer standard.
Deloitte Ireland receives engineering recognition
The prestigious CPD Accredited Employer standard has been awarded to Deloitte Ireland.
Ripplecom Awarded CPD Accreditation
Limerick tech company, Ripplecom is the latest firm to be awarded the CPD Accredited Employer standard from Engineers Ireland
Engineering Award Presented To Abbott
Abbott’s nutrition manufacturing facility in Cootehill, Co. Cavan has been awarded the prestigious CPD Accredited Employer standard.
Mainstream Renewable Power awarded CPD Accredited Employer standard
Mainstream Renewable Power has being awarded the CPD Accredited Employer standard from Engineers Ireland.
Three quarters of engineers would recommend engineering as a career path to leaving certificate stud
Three quarters of engineers would recommend engineering as a career path to leaving certificate students.