Building work on a skyscraper in Warsaw and, above, the Daniel Libeskind-designed Zlota 44 tower in the city which is made of materials from Ireland’s CRH group.

Josef Stalin would be furious if he could see Warsaw now. Where once the postwar cityscape was dominated by the Palace of Culture, an unwanted and uns(...)

Siac was restructured in February last year after its owners, the Feighery family, along with a group of other shareholders, invested €10.5 million in the business as part of a rescue plan put together by High Court-appointed examiner, Michael McAteer of Grant Thornton. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill /The Irish Times

Building and engineering group, Siac, earned profits of €1.3 million in the months following its restructuring in early 2014, figures just released sh(...)

Siac’s problems with roadbuilding contracts in Poland forced it to seek High Court protection from its creditors and the appointment of an examiner. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Building group Siac will confirm it made a €1.1 million profit from the sale of its share in a high-profile toll road to a Dutch investment fund for (...)

Siac is one of Ireland’s best known  construction companies having worked on a number of high profile projects including the Aviva Stadium and the M4/M6 motorway

Building and engineering group Siac, which emerged from examinership in February, has said it is in profit and making significant progress.Its account(...)

Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Construction group Sisk has won a €20 million-plus contract to build a laboratory for Britain’s Pirbright Institute which will conduct research into (...)

A substantial industrial land bank fronting on to the N7 Naas Road at Baldonnell Business Park is expected to be of interest to a range of developers (...)

Move not to affect operating company, Siac Construction, which emerged from examinership in February. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Properties formerly owned by building and engineering group Siac are to be sold after one of its banks took control of three companies split from t(...)

Other big examinerships were shoe retailer Carl Scarpa (68 jobs) and Flannery’s pub (39 jobs).

The use and alleged abuse of examinerships is a debate that has waxed and waned over the past five years. The courts made it pretty clear quite(...)

Construction’s survival as a result of the examinership process resulted in more than 200 jobs being saved. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

More than 400 jobs were saved as a result of the examinership process in the first three months of the year, a new index shows. According to th(...)

The Supreme Court has cleared the way for implementation of a survival scheme for key companies of construction giant Siac employing 219 people(...)