Press Archive

  • Maintenance and asset management skills honoured at MEETA awards
    17 November 2017 at 10:47

    Engineers Ireland recognised excellence in the fields of maintenance engineering and asset management at its annual MEETA Awards event held at 22 Clyde Road, Dublin 4 last night (16 November 2017).

  • Redevelopment of Páirc Uí Chaoimh voted best national engineering project of 2017
    13 November 2017 at 09:23

    Captain Eoghan Carton, Engineer Officer, Irish Defence Forces Geoscience Ireland Award, sponsored by Geoscience Ireland UMASW by APEX Geoservices Ltd and School of Civil Engineering, University College Dublin Best Presentation Award, sponsored by Beale & Company and Griffiths & Armour Prof. William Gerard Hurley, Professor of Electrical Engineering at NUI Galway and Director of the Power Electronics Research Centre Local Authority Engineering Initiative Award, sponsored by Cold Chon (Galway) Ltd Joint winners South Campshire Flood Protection Project, by Dublin City Council and the Office of Public Works Limerick Smarter Travel Route 2 Shared Walking and Cycling Facility, by Limerick City and County Council, WSP/Punch Consulting (JV) and John Cradock Ltd Technical Innovation of the Year Award, sponsored by NSAI Development of SolarWhite, a new coating for high performance satellite thermal control, by ENBIO Ltd and University College Dublin School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering Heritage and Conservation Award, sponsored by the Office of Public Works National Gallery of Ireland Historical Wings Restoration and Refurbishment Project by PUNCH Consulting Engineers Outstanding Contribution to Engineering Award, sponsored by ESB Professor John Kelly, Former Dean of the Faculty of Engineering at UCD International Engineer of the Year Award, sponsored by ESB International Aidan Madden, Chartered Engineer, ARUP President’s Award, sponsored by CRH Murt Coleman, Fellow of Engineers Ireland Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Employer of the Year Award, supported by the Department of Education and Skills and sponsored by Enterprise Ireland and IDA Ireland Johnson & Johnson Campus Ireland Innovative Student Engineer of the Year Award, sponsored by Siemens Aron Purser, IT Carlow Engineering Education Award - Best in Class 2017 Creating Holistic Engineers to Solve the Grand Challenges of the Future by the College of Engineering and Built Environment, Dublin Institute of Technology

  • Business outlook positive as 82% of engineering employers plan to hire in 2018
    09 November 2017 at 09:09

    Challenges to growth include skills shortages and planning delays

  • Best Presentation Shortlist Announced
    01 November 2017 at 09:00

    Best Presentation Shortlist Announced

  • Mars mission on horizon as Galway engineer launches Engineers Week 2018
    26 October 2017 at 12:56

    Engineers Ireland to show acclaimed Jeff Bridges-narrated Dream Big engineering movie across country as part of week

  • Construction Safety Week 2017
    20 October 2017 at 13:17

    The Construction Industry Federation and Engineers Ireland are calling on construction companies of all sizes and workers to get involved in Construction Safety Week in 2017.

  • Engineers Ireland welcomes increased capital investment and incentives for renewable energy and ele
    10 October 2017 at 16:07

    Government should go a step further and establish a single infrastructure unit

  • Engineers Ireland gives evidence to Oireachtas Joint Committee on CIRI Bill
    09 October 2017 at 10:19

    On 4th October, representatives of Engineers Ireland gave evidence to the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Housing, Planning and Local Government as part of the pre-legislative scrutiny of the Construction Industry Register Ireland (CIRI) Bill.

  • Rush to build housing shouldn’t ignore vital community infrastructure, warns engineering body
    09 October 2017 at 09:17

    Final shortlist for Engineering Project of the Year 2017 announced

  • Workshop: early career women engineers
    22 September 2017 at 11:54

    Workshop to explore retention and progression of early career women engineers