Minister for Transport Shane Ross opts for a 1959 Rover 100   to try out the new motorway. Photograph: Ray Ryan

Wishing you were on that N17 is a feeling that will likely linger for those making the journey on the main carriageway from north to south Co Galway i(...)

The Coast Guard station site at Greystones Harbour. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

A new Coast Guard station for the east coast, to have been built as part of the €300 million Greystones Harbour redevelopment project in Co Wicklow,(...)

The regeneration of Greystones Marina, since it was first mooted in the mid-2000s, has been a long and controversial process, not least for the people(...)

John Sisk & Sons said turnover rose €104 million in 2015 to €535 million while pretax profits increased 25 per cent to €13.7 million.

Building group Sisk expects turnover to hit €650 million this year after reporting strong growth for 2015. John Sisk & Sons said turnover rose (...)

One of PM Group’s flagship developments in Poland is a 17,800 sq m fibre processing facility in Gdansk, constructed for Weyerhaeuser

Poland may not be the most obvious destination for Irish companies looking to grow their businesses overseas, but plenty of Ireland-based firms have e(...)

Boland’s Quay: work is due to begin in September

The construction tender for the €170 million Boland’s Quay development at the historic Boland’s Mills site in the south Dublin docklands is due to be (...)

Minister for the Environment Alan Kelly. The Minister and Siga Hydro will announce plans on Monday

A company whose backers include construction groups Sisk and Roadbridge is planning to build a large-scale electricity generating plant in a disused m(...)

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(...)

 Sisk’s holding company reports that  full-year turnover rose 17.4 per cent from €774.4 million to €909.1 million

Irish construction firm Sicon, the holding company for Sisk, announced a pretax profit of €8.5 million for 2014, up from €1.5 million a year earlier. (...)

Four candidates have been confirmed to run for president of young farmers’ group Macra na Feirme, as the nomination process closes. Photograph: Macra na Feirme

Four candidates have been confirmed to run for president of young farmers’ group Macra na Feirme, as the nomination process closes. The candidates are(...)