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Winners at Construction Manager of the Year Awards 2017

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Congratulations to Cathal Healy and Noel Cronin for their achievements in the CIOB Construction Manager of the Year Awards (CMYA) held in the Conrad Hotel on Friday 16th June. Cathal won the Silver Medal in the €25m+ category for the Central Bank of Ireland building while Noel won Gold for the daa Technical Administration Services Centre (TASC) project in the under €8m category.

These awards are presented biennially by the Chartered Institute of Building and celebrate excellence in the field of construction management by specifically acknowledging the role of the Construction Manager in delivering projects, often to very demanding standards.

The CMYA are prestigious awards within the industry and all finalists deserve congratulations, so it goes without saying that Peter McKenna (Montrose Student Residence) and Ger Crowley (daa One Dublin Airport Central) did themselves and Walls proud for being nominated in the €8m – €13m category.

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