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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On your bike: the draft Dublin cycle network plan is unveiled

The draft Greater Dublin Area Cycle Network Plan, which was launched on 4 September, is the culmination of over a year's work by the National Transport Authority (NTA) and AECOM-Roughan & O'Donovan (ROD) Alliance consultants. It sets out a vision and a strategy for the construction and designation of a comprehensive network of cycling routes throughout the greater Dublin area in counties Dublin, Meath, Kildare and Wicklow. At a presentation last Wednesday in Engineers Ireland HQ, ...

Innovation cements the future of Ireland's construction industry

  Irish Cement has made a significant contribution to the growth and transformation of Ireland over the past 75 years from what was then a rural, agricultural country on the periphery of Europe into what is now a largely urban based, 21st-century modern economy. Today, modern production plants at Platin in Co Meath and Castlemungret in Co Limerick incorporate the most up-to-date and efficient production technologies and serve home and export markets with a portfolio of eco-efficient ...

Waste not, want not – Ireland's newest renewable-energy source

  John Ahern, managing director of Indaver, is speaking at Engineers Ireland's 2013 Annual Conference, entitled 'Building Ireland's Business Networks', on Thursday, 6 June at Dublin's Ballsbridge Hotel This year marks the second year of operation of Ireland’s first waste-to-energy (WTE) facility in Co Meath. The facility took over two-and-a-half years to complete, at a cost of €140 million – representing the largest ever single investment in solid waste management infrastructure in ...

'Coupling' CPD with strategy to accelerate commercial growth

  Author: Eoin O'Donnell, ME. BE, MIEI, engineering projects manager and CPD lead, Dromone Engineering Development, training and engagement of all engineers in Dromone have led to an unprecedented level of new product developments and growth in the company over the past three years. During the late 2000s, Dromone aligned its position as a market leader with new construction and agricultural coupling technologies. Such a strategy is one of the cornerstones of success of this indigenous ...


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