Hard hats & homecomings in festive edition of Construction magazine – out now

by | Dec 16, 2021

Welcome to your festive edition of Construction magazine, delivered just in time for Christmas.

In this month’s edition we cast an eye on what the Irish construction experience is like outside the island of Ireland through the eyes of those who now live or work abroad on projects in other parts of the world.

Having an outward focus can have many benefits, not least of all offering an alternative and valuable insight into industry life as well as an opportunity to embrace new ideas.

As we reach the end of the year that was 2021 – and what a year it has been – we are afforded the opportunity to look forward and back at the things that have and will continue to shape construction’s story.

In this issue we have curated a series of features, some with a suitably festive feel, that we hope encapsulates the industry at its best, while reflecting on the issues that matter to its people the most – from good works and record-breaking projects to influential leaders, trailblazers and innovators shaping the future.

Enjoy the read and we look forward to seeing you again in 2022.

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