Dublin Novus group kicks off new era
A great turnout for the Dublin Novus launch event
The Dublin CIOB Novus committee has hosted a launch to reintroduce the branch to students and young construction professionals, after a short leave of absence.
The newly appointed committee is taking a fresh approach, and its objective of the informal launch event was to break down any barriers to younger professionals progressing their career.
The event, which was spearheaded by vice chair Adrian Lynch, attracted 25 attendees from a variety of backgrounds, and at different levels of their careers.
CIOB development manager Rachel Corbally talked people through the various routes to membership and committee chair, Aaron Molloy, outlined the upcoming plans for site visits, CPD sessions and other events to be organised.
Irish firm boasts record number of members
An Omagh based construction firm boasts the most candidates conferred as CIOB members in November when 14 employees from Woodvale Construction Company were awarded their MCIOB at a ceremony in November at the Titanic Belfast.
Rachel Corbally, CIOB development manager Ireland, praised the members on their achievement. “A huge congratulations to all the graduates from Woodvale. They put in such hard work, attained their MCIOB and they, along with Woodvale, should be very proud to know they are the largest group ever to graduate from on individual company. We are very proud to have them as members.”
In the same ceremony Desmond Scott FCIOB chair and Robert Ewing FCIOB managing director, were conferred as Fellows.