Minister for Natural Resources Sean Kyne TD was the keynote speaker at the Geoscience Ireland (GI) Conference held in the Irish Management Institute in Dublin yesterday July 6th. Read more
The French Geoscience cluster, Pole Avenia, held its Annual B2B Event & Conference in Pau last week. Over 200 delegates attended including delegations from Iran, Ireland and the USA.
The European Federation of Engineering Consultancy Associations (EFCA) has announced that Paul Doherty of GDG Geosolutions is the winner of the eighth EFCA Young Professionals Competition.
The fifth Ministerial Trade Mission to Canada in four months saw over 25 Irish companies, supported by the Irish Embassy in Canada and the Canadian Embassy in Ireland, state agencies and business organisations, participate in an intense 4 day visit to Toronto and Ottawa between May 30th and June 2nd.
At Engineers Ireland’s AGM (31st May), Dr. Kieran Feighan was appointed President of Engineers Ireland. Kieran is Managing Director of Pavement Management Services Ltd. (PMS), which joined Geoscience Ireland in 2015. Read more
Global civil engineering consultant ByrneLooby (BL) has recently bought structural consultant Sinclair Johnston & Partners (SJ&P). Read more
Geoscience Ireland (GI) is pleased to announce that it has been accepted for membership of the Council of the British Irish Chamber of Commerce (BICC). Read more
On 18 April, the British Prime Minister Theresa May called a General Election for June 8th. The underlying questions are how will the UK economy and built environment sectors react to further uncertainty and what can Irish exporters expect. Read more
A key component of Geoscience Ireland (GI) strengths is the collaboration between Member Companies – an essential element of GI’s success since its formation. Reflecting this strength is the recently announced Joint Venture Agreement between Verde Environmental Group and PW Nigeria Ltd. Read more
Sean Kyne TD, Minister of State for Natural Resources, is delighted to announce that Arup (Ireland) has become the latest member of Geoscience Ireland (GI). Read more