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CIBSE Ireland Lunch €10,000 charity donation

CIBSE Ireland Lunch €10,000 charity donation

January 9, 2018 , , , , ,

The annual CIBSE Ireland Christmas lunch took place in Croke Park on Friday, December 1st. The event is the highlight of the social calendar for the institute and attracts over five hundred industry attendees. Held for the first time in the Hogan suite at Croke Park. The location offered a new dynamic to this popular…


CIBSE Ireland crowns Daly 'King of the Sandwich-makers'

CIBSE Ireland crowns Daly ‘King of the Sandwich-makers’

December 6, 2017 , , , ,

Always competitive, Fergus Daly undertook the sandwich-making contest at the recent CIBSE Annual Lunch in Croke Park with his usual enthusiasm and left Eamon McGrattan trailing far behind in his wake. “Who cares if the trophy was an imitation Gold Sandwich made of two slices of stale bread sprayed with cheap gold paint and stuck…


Paul Fagan joins Grundfos

Paul Fagan joins Grundfos

November 30, 2017 , , , ,

Paul Fagan has been appointed Sales Engineer, Residential Building Services, Grundfos Ireland. Paul has a strong background selling to the building industry and he is also well known in GAA circles. His duties will cover the full Grundfos range of domestic and light commercial products and will involve dealing with the residential market, contractors, consultants,…


LightBytes Masterclass, Dublin

LightBytes Masterclass, Dublin

October 27, 2017 , , , , , , , ,

The second LightBytes event of the brand new, peer-reviewed SLL Lighting Knowledge Series will take place in at the Teeling Whiskey Distillery in Dublin on 30 November 2017. In a reworking of the previous Masterclasses, the Society invites participants to a day of peer-reviewed, bite-size presentations focusing on the key factors relating to the following topics — design,…


‘Deep Retrofit’ Breakfast Briefing at Architecture Expo

‘Deep Retrofit’ Breakfast Briefing at Architecture Expo

September 6, 2017 , , , ,

With an estimated one million homes in Ireland considered to be significantly energy inefficient, SEAI is undertaking a Deep Retrofit Pilot Programme to identify the depth of the problem, and to highlight the large-scale opportunities it presents to those engaged in the sector. It will also inform the nature of SEAI’s grant support for deep…