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Q2 2018: Ireland Commercial Property Monitor

The Q2 2018 Ireland Commercial Property Monitor results show conditions remain generally solid across the market, even if expectations for capital value and rental growth have cooled relative to recent quarters. The retail sector appears to be leading this moderation, as secondary locations in particular now display a flat outlook. Nevertheless, economic fundamentals should remain supportive to the broader market.

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Employment Opportunities and Future Skills Requirements for Surveying Professions 2018 – 2021

Expanding significantly on an SCSI report from 2014, this report projects employment levels within the sector over the next four years in contrast to the numbers currently enrolled on third-level surveying programmes. In addition, the report identifies key sectors for employment growth and the requisite skills requirements for the period. The report, undertaken by an independent researcher, is based on the participation of over 400 SCSI member construction, property and land practices. 

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SCSI/PwC Construction Market Monitor Report 2018

Presenting our 2018 SCSI/ PwC Construction Market Monitor, incorporating the views of over 300 chartered surveyors canvassed in March 2018 and September 2017. The research reveals increasing confidence in the Irish construction sector, regionally and nationally. Half (56%) of chartered surveyors experienced increased activity in the six months to March 2018, largely driven by private housing and commercial activity. Infrastructure also showed robust performance.

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SCSI/PwC Construction Survey Report 2017

Results of the 2017 SCSI/PwC Construction Survey which reflects the views of 248 construction professionals working within all sub sectors in our construction industry. This report provides in-depth
analysis of the construction industry including trends and challenges being experienced on the ground.

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BIM Survey

The first national survey to benchmark the level of Building Information Modelling (BIM) adoption in Ireland revealed that 67% of the industry sample possessed confidence in their skills and knowledge to deliver BIM.