Employment and Learning Minister Dr Stephen Farry has hosted a reception at Stormont to honour Northern Ireland’s outstanding success at the recent WorldSkills competition in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Abercorn Construction has started work to fully restore the former Harland & Wolff Headquarters building and Drawing Offices in Belfast’s Titanic Quarter.
Woodvale Construction has started work on a new sports centre for Ulster University.
The annual WOMEN’STEC Gala Awards took place at Belfast City Hall in March to celebrate and showcase the achievements and innovation of women in non-traditional skills training.
The Northern Ireland winners of the FMB Master Builder Awards 2017 were named at a gala night in the Europa Hotel, Belfast, at the end of March and will now go forward to the London finals.
The winners at this year’s Concrete Society Awards are not only a reflection of the innovation from Northern Ireland companies but also of the industry.
JP Corry are offering customers the opportunity to win match tickets to see Northern Ireland compete in Euro 2016.
Two Northern Ireland building projects shine at Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Awards as Mount Stewart and SPACE, Portadown, celebrate success.
The bedrooms of two little girls in Ballyclare have won a major building accolade for being “the most heart-rending but most inspirational entry that judges have seen”.
Macnaughton Blair has unveiled a new look but the process has been about so much more than just new signage and uniforms – as customers to the successful builders’ merchants have been finding out.
Toomebridge-based specialist roofing and cladding company, Thornton has announced its continued support for Charis Integrated Cancer Charity with a new charity initiative.
For David Speirs selling innovative concrete product solutions to Northern Ireland’s largest construction companies seeking to deliver contracts in Britain is a far cry from his childhood ambition of earning a living in professional sport.