The Construction Industry Council is comprised of representatives of the six largest construction bodies operating in Ireland.
The overarching aims of the CIC are to deal with issues of common interest for the construction industry, and to act as the cohesive voice for the sector on high-level policy issues by engaging with stakeholders accordingly.
The CIC supports the work of the CSG ‘Innovation and Digital Adoption Sub-Group’ which is progressing projects on Modern Methods of Construction, a new Construction Technology Centre and a Build:Digital Centre of Excellence for Building Information Modelling (BIM).Join the LinkedIn Group
We take our safety responsibilities very seriously through the C-19 Standard Operating Procedures and supporting protocols. The industry has demonstrated its ability to maintain low infection rates, as seen in the "National Standing Oversight Committee on Cases and Outbreaks of Covid-19 in High-Risk settings".Learn More
The CIC utilises our shared professional knowledge and data to represent industry and to serve the public. Access members reports to get the latest insights and data emerging from the construction sector.Access Reports
The Construction Industry Council (CIC) provides a forum to coordinate the response of the industry in helping to work with Government. Each professional body is represented on the Construction Sector Group, which was set up in 2018 by Government to ensure regular and open dialogue between government and industry to assist in delivering Project Ireland 2040.
The Construction sector plays a vital role that benefits the Irish economy and Irish society. Through our collective membership of professionals and contractors, we ensure that homes, offices, shops, roads and other key built environment infrastructure are available. We work closely as a sector and with Government to ensure that we are meeting the expectations of members and the general public through a forum to promote innovation and address issues as they occur.
Chair: Dr Sarah Ingle