Giles Heather, based in our London office, has taken up a non-executive position on the RICS London Regional Board
Linesight has launched Knowledge Center 2019 on its brand new website, along with the regional Handbooks.
The awards were presented to the top three students on the TCD course.
Construction industry output expected to now reach €21 billion in 2018.
The Shelbourne in Dublin hosted the launch of the Linesight Knowledge Center 2018 and Ireland Handbook last night.
28th April marks the day to remember those who have been killed or injured in work-related accidents.
Michael Riordan, Andrew Callaghan and Gerard Campbell of Linesight UK will be attending MIPIM 2017 from 14th-17th March.
Dubai construction looks set to record a strong year, following its decline in line with volatile oil prices
As the dust settles on the American Presidential Campaign, how will Donald Trump’s presidency impact on the construction industry…
Pat Unger was invited to speak at the prestigious Enterprise Ireland ‘Building Innovative Partnerships’ event in Amsterdam.
Announcement of plans to extend our service offering in the Middle East and North Africa over the next five years.
One of Port-au-Prince's largest girls' primary schools re-opens following the 2010 earthquake.
Richard Joyce, Managing Director Ireland at Linesight, discusses the implications of Budget 2017
The latest Data Center Risk Index lists the safest worldwide locations to host data centers.
Linesight is rolling out its new brand across the world today
Over 1.5m sq.m. of Grade A offices and high-end residential projects in construction.
The race saw two Linesight teams compete against 50 of the society’s top athletes.
National dwelling commencements are estimated to have reached their peak
New initiatives to solve the housing shortage in Ireland have been published by the Government
Everything from sourcing graduates to new mega cities will alter how we do business.
Annual housing completions over the past decade as revealed in the Linesight Knowledge Centre show critically low levels of construction since 2010.
Brexit could result in the cost of construction labour rising in the UK by 15% to 20%.