Irish Building Boom Fuels Innovative Project Delivery

December 2006
ENR: Engineering News-Record;12/11/2006, Vol. 257 Issue 23, p22
Trade Publication
The article considers the trend toward using innovative project delivery techniques for construction in Ireland. The country is experiencing a road construction boom, thus encouraging experiments with project delivery techniques. Main objectives of the Irish government's Transport 21 initiative are mentioned. The influx of opportunities has cemented the long-term joint venture of London-based Halcrow Group and Dublin-based J.B. Barry & Partners.


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