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Colin Cleary was recently invited to present to the 4th Year Construction Economics and Management students at the Dublin Institute of Technology Bolton Street. The topic of the presentation was Conflict Avoidance and Alternative Dispute Resolution.
The presentation covered the key areas of conflict avoidance and concentrated on the role of the Quantity Surveyor in this regard, it also covered alternative dispute resolution procedures and provided the students with an insight into each of the various methods such as negotiation, mediation, conciliation, as well as adjudication in the context of the Construction Contract Act. The presentation was extremely well received by students and lectures alike especially as this is a hot topic on the 4th year students curriculum.
Mitchell McDermott would like to wish all of the 4th Year Construction Economics and Management students the very best with their final exams and the completion of their thesis.
Mitchell McDermott are currently recruiting graduate Quantity Surveyors, anybody who is looking to work in a vibrant, dynamic and varied work environment should check out our careers section of our website on how to apply.
Mitchell McDermott Construction Consultants are delighted to announce the recent appointment of Colin Cleary as a Director to the business.
Colin, who is a Fellow of the Society, has over seventeen years’ experience working within the construction industry and brings an enormous wealth of experience particularly within the commercial, residential, retail and third level education (private and public) sectors.
Mitchell McDermott provides the full a range of Cost Management and Project Management services, as well as a number of key specialist services such as Technical Due Diligence, Funder Advisory, Insolvency, Financial Modelling to a broad cross section of clients within the Public and Private sectors.
The Government have launched an initiative whereby Housing Developers can claim back their Planning Contributions. The scheme is limited to schemes of 50 units or more completed and sold in 2016-2017 where the sales price is less than €300,000 in Dublin and €250,000 in Cork. There are other restrictions and measures included in the attached circular. It remains to be seen what the impact will be given the Sales price restrictions.
Student village to replace Park Shopping Centre in Stoneybatter, Dublin 7
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