Yearly Archives: 2024

In Ireland, timber has been a staple in construction since ancient times. In recent years we have seen more modern marvels be created with timber such as the CLT constructed Subtropical Swimming Paradise in Centre Parcs, Co Longford. As environmental concerns drive the need for sustainable building materials, mass timber has emerged as a pivotal

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In Ireland, ensuring energy efficiency in buildings is not just a choice but a legal requirement. Part L of the Building Regulations introduced by the Department of Housing, Local Government, and Heritage outlines the standards for energy performance and conservation in both new and existing buildings. Part L is sometimes also referred to as nZEB

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In the dynamic landscape of construction in Ireland, ensuring the safety and stability of structures during the building process is paramount. Temporary works play a pivotal role in achieving this goal. This insight delves into the significance of temporary works in construction projects across Ireland, highlighting key considerations and best practices for a secure and

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From initial planning to roadworks project completion, the main concern should be the safety of road users, pedestrians and workers. Every reasonable effort must be made to minimise disruptions caused by roadworks to the public and site personnel. The legal obligations are outlined in the Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 and the

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Amidst the recent energy crisis that has led to surging energy prices across Ireland and Europe, organisations are now focusing significantly on their energy consumption, elevating it to a top priority for ensuring financial stability. The key lies in understanding energy usage, an integral aspect of managing the financial health of a business. Familiarising members

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ISO 50001 is an internationally recognised standard developed by the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) for Energy Management Systems (EnMS). It is a framework for organisations to establish, implement, maintain, and continually improve their energy usage. Designed to cater to organisations of varying sizes and industries, ISO 50001 serves as a strategic tool to elevate

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Block A, Marlinstown
Business Park, Mullingar,
Co.Westmeath, Ireland.
N91 W5NN

Pembr, 127 Baggot Street Lower, Baggotrath Dublin, D02 F634

Eyre Square,
H91 HY51

Office 4, Spencer House,
High Road, Letterkenny,
Co. Donegal,
Ireland. F92 PX8N

Republic of Work,
12 S Mall,
Centre, Cork,
T12 RD43

ORS has satellite offices in Newry and Maynooth.

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