There are indications that non-essential construction will be allowed to recommence in the Republic of Ireland before the current proposed date of the 5th of March, albeit on a phased basis initially. It is estimated the current lockdown could cost the construction industry a total of around €3 billion, or 10% of output – if it continues for another three weeks. The Irish government has mooted that if Covid-19 case numbers fall below 1,000 per day then construction sites would commence reopening, which is looking encouraging with current trends.
Our Research Team are continually engaged with relevant government bodies and local and national planning authorities. The team have worked hard to identify the circa 700 projects currently stalled due to restrictions and are primed to conduct a thorough exercise to establish the state of play once these restrictions are lifted and work can start again. It is our mission to bring you the most current, accurate and verified information and data to enable you to identify and pursue the right opportunities for your business.
Today, we have included a Power BI dashboard of Construction Activity for January 2021 which will allow you to easily drill down to the data you’re looking for.
We have also included our January Public Sector Tenders Report for Ireland & Northern Ireland which can be downloaded here
This time is ideal to proactively identify project opportunities and build a quality pipeline for 2021. Our Customer Support Team are available to answer any queries, source information and provide market intelligence on our researched and verified projects, enabling you to find and target the right opportunities for your sales pipeline.