Apple is still Ireland’s largest company based on turnover. Photograph: Regis Duvignau/Reuters

There’s no change at the top in this year’s Irish Times Top 1000 2019, the definitive guide to Ireland’s leading companies, as Apple, with turnov(...)

Kerry Central Regional Water Supply Scheme by Irish Water, in association with Kerry County Council, Nicholas O’Dwyer, TOBIN Consulting Engineers and Glan Agua, took the title of Engineering Project of the Year. Gavin Reilly, associate director at Nicholas O’Dwyer, holds the winning trophy on behalf of the project team on stage.

The Kerry Central Regional Water Supply Scheme has taken Ireland’s premier engineering award, while Aoife Murphy won the highly prestigious Chartered (...)

Metro: Work on the 26km route, 12km of which will be underground, is due to start in 2021

The Irish arm of engineering giant Jacobs, which recently led a consortium that won a €14 million contract connected with the Dublin MetroLink project(...)

A tree uprooted being removed due to hurricane Ophelia on Northbrook Road, Ranelagh, Dublin. Photo: Gareth Chaney Collins

The man on the bus rose slowly from his seat and looked nervously around before sheepishly admitting to his fellow passengers: “I don’t know what a tr(...)

An aerial view of the Apple data centre site at Athenry, Co Galway, that got the go-ahead recently after the Commercial Court backed An Bord Pleanála’s decision to grant permission to build the €850 million facility.

IDA Ireland may seek advance planning permission for future data centres to avoid disputes like the one that delayed Apple’s proposal for Athenry, Co (...)

Tom Parsons in action in last year’s All-Ireland SFC final replay: “It is absolutely worth it every time you pull on that jersey with the magic support we have” Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

When the 2011 league finished up, James Horan sat down to draw up his championship panel for that summer. One of the names he pencilled a line through(...)

Jacobs has won contracts from multinationals such as Bristol Myers Squib and Pfizer.

A pension shortfall left the Irish arm of engineering giant Jacobs with a €2 million loss in its last financial year, but its accounts show that its b(...)

Frank Keogh, chief executive DPS. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Now may not look to be the best time to buy a business in the US or to complete a purchase in the UK. President Donald Trump’s accession to the White (...)

Jacobs has built facilities for many of Ireland’s major multinational employers, including Pfizer and Intel.

The Irish division of Jacobs Engineering, which recently won a four-year contract with Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) to provide technical co(...)

Former chairman of Tesco Ireland Tony Keohane: appointed as a non-executive board member to Irish Water’s parent company Ervia. Photograph: Joe St Leger

Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government Simon Coveney has announced the appointment of four non-executive board members to Irish Water’s (...)

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