The National Construction Expo 2023 (https://www.nationalconstructionsummit.ie/) is set to take place at the Sports Ireland Campus, Blanchardstown next Tuesday, the 21st of March. The event promises to be an exchanging gathering of experts from across the Irish construction industry, with a panel discussion on the topic of “Voices of Ireland’s MMC Sector: Priorities and Perspectives for a Sustainable Future” with members of MMC Ireland (https://mmcireland.ie/).
The panel of experts includes Pat Kirwan, Director & Head of MMC Delivery at C+W O’Brien Architects (https://cwoarchitects.ie/); Nicola McKay, Studio Director & Regional Lead at HLM Architects (https://hlmarchitects.com/); Ronan Lonergan MRIAI, Technical (Design) Lead at Cairn Homes plc (https://www.cairnhomes.com/); and Eoin Waldron, General Manager at Castle Modular (https://www.castlemodular.com/). These esteemed panelists will bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the discussion, offering unique insights into the current state of the MMC sector in Ireland and the challenges and opportunities facing the industry.
The discussion will be moderated by Carol Tallon, CEO at Ireland’s Property District (https://propertydistrict.ie/), who will guide the conversation and ensure that each panelist has the opportunity to share their perspective on the topic at hand. The panel will delve into the priorities and perspectives of the MMC sector, exploring how the industry can work towards a sustainable future.
The National Construction Expo 2023 is an excellent opportunity for those interested in the Irish construction industry to network, learn, and engage with experts in the field. With a focus on the MMC sector and sustainability, this year’s event promises to be particularly engaging and informative.
If you’re interested in learning more about the MMC sector and its role in creating a sustainable future for the Irish construction industry, this panel discussion is not to be missed. Mark your calendar for next Tuesday, the 21st of March, and join us at the Sports Ireland Campus, Blanchardstown, for what promises to be an interesting event.