The North East region is a hub for members based in Cavan, Louth, Meath and Monaghan, representing all sectors of the industry, providing local CPD and networking events for engineers.


Some of the events previously held by the North East region include:

  • Technical presentations on topics such as project risk management and entrepreneurship
  • Site Visit to Indaver Ireland's Waste Management Facility
  • Workshops such as the Energy Ambassadors Programme
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My engineering life Q&A: Claire Hughes of Louth County Council

For Claire Hughes, chair of the Public Sector Division of Engineers Ireland, you won't go wrong working in local government: 'I can guarantee that a career in a local authority will never be boring, and each day brings new challenges.'

My Engineering life Q&A: Barry Hyland

Barry Hyland, chair of the North East Region, Engineers Ireland, spent many hours in the career guidance counsellor’s office, where he struggled to analyse his type, interests and where his future career path lay - but he did know that he enjoyed the challenge of dismantling.

Wastewater treatment plant design evolving as demand for energy efficiency grows

  Author: Michael O’Sullivan, chartered engineer, is the engineering lead with EPS Group’s Large Contracts division The rapid growth of demand for energy efficiency has been the most significant change in wastewater treatment plant design since the introduction of design-build-operate contracts some two decades ago. This need to improve efficiencies has led to many changes in traditional thinking and a consequence has been the emergence of many new technologies from entirely new ...

Engineering advances ensure Cú Chulainn Coaster will be one of Europe's finest

  This year is set to be a big one for Tayto Park. Earlier this year, founder Ray Coyle unveiled the park’s latest major attraction, The Cú Chulainn Coaster, which is being built at the amusement park in Ashbourne, Co Meath. Along with being one of Europe’s largest wooden roller-coasters it will also be the only one of its kind on the continent. Ground was broken on the project on August 10, 2014, and construction commenced on the September 1, 2014. Tayto Park has employed the services ...

Europe’s largest social-housing regeneration scheme in Louth

  Author: Derek Roddy, CEO & co-founder of Climote When it comes to dealing with major issues such as energy efficiency and tackling fuel poverty, the challenge can seem so immense that it is difficult to know how to make a lasting difference. The challenge for Government departments, State agencies and local authorities is to make decisions that have an immediate effect with a profound and measurable impact. Louth County Council, working with its project partners Sustainable Energy ...

Smallest county features one of our biggest engineering feats - the Boyne Viaduct

  Drogheda – Ireland’s largest town, in Ireland’s smallest county. Its name as Gaeilge is An Droichead Átha – the bridge at the ford. Next week (Tuesday, 5 August RTE1 at 7pm), RTE's new series 'Building Ireland is in Drogheda because it has the finest railway bridge ever constructed in the country – the Boyne viaduct. “It’s one of Ireland's most ambitious examples of Victorian industrial engineering,” says presenter and chartered engineer Tim Joyce. Drogheda's iconic viaduct was ...

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