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Council Partners News Technology
Dublin City Council (DCC) have launched a new Telecoms Unit to accelerate the rollout of digital infrastructure and 5G deployments across the city. The Unit will offer a ‘one stop shop’ service to support the delivery of telecoms both underground (ducting) and over ground (supporting mobile and wireless services). With 5G services expected to facilitate […]
Council Partners News Transport
Today marks the announcement of nomination for the prestigious Irish Construction Excellence (ICE) Award. Fingal County Council has been nominated in the category of Civil Engineering: Transport, Energy, Waste & Utilities for it’s Hole in the Wall Road/Mayne Road Junction Upgrade project which was officially opened in December 2021. The €12m project was co-funded under
Council Partners History News
Lord Mayor, Alison Gilliland, invites nominations for new book celebrating exceptional contributions over the last 200 years by 80 women in Dublin city. Since the Freedom of the City was first conferred in 1876, just four of the eighty-three very well-deserving recipients have been women. One of the Lord Mayor’s stated priorities when taking up […]
Council Partners News Transport
Dublin City Council is pleased to announce that it has awarded the civil engineering contract for the construction of the Clontarf to City Centre project. This transformative project for the North East Inner City area will see the entire road space reconfigured, with upgraded footpaths, protected cycle tracks, continuous bus lanes as well as retaining […]