Useful Links

From Design Concept to Construction Completion


Institution of Engineers of Ireland
With over 24,000 members from every discipline of engineering, Engineers Ireland is the voice of the engineering profession in Ireland. A full list of member structural engineers in Ireland can be found here.

National Authority for Occupational Safety and Health
The Health and Safety Authority (HSA) is the national body in Ireland with responsibility for securing health and safety at work. Before you start construction on your extension, new house, etc., you should be aware of your health and safety responsibilities.

National Irish Safety Organisation (NISO)
NISO is a voluntary body, dedicated to the promotion of health and safety in Irish workplaces.

Building Regulations – Technical Guidance Documents (TGD)
The Technical Guidance Documents, commonly known as TGD’s give guidance on how to construct a building so that it complies with the Regulations.

Construction Magazines

Passive House +
Passive House + is the only magazine dedicated exclusively to sustainable construction in Ireland. Since first publishing in January 2003, Passive House + (formerly Construct Ireland) has played a key role in raising consciousness of the need for low energy, low impact, healthy buildings in Ireland, affecting the design and construction of tens of thousands of new buildings.

Irish Construction Magazine
The Business, News and Information Portal for the Irish Construction Industry

Renewable Energy

The Geothermal Association of Ireland
A resource for those interested in the development of geothermal energy in Ireland. For those interested in sustainable energy in the home.

Irish Wind Energy Association (IWEA)
The Irish Wind Energy Association is committed to the promotion and education of wind energy issues. Wind is the world’s fastest growing renewable energy source and is expected to continue to be with falling costs of wind energy and the urgent international need to tackle CO2 emissions to prevent climate change.

Airtricity are the No.1 supplier and generator of renewable electricity in Ireland. 100% of the energy Airtricity generate in Ireland is from renewable sources. Click here for energy saving tips.


Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
The EPA has responsibilities for a wide range of licensing, enforcement, monitoring and assessment activities associated with environmental protection. The EPA also regulate Site Characterisation Tests (also know as Percolation Tests) for domestic effluent treatment systems in Ireland.

Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI)
The Role of SEAI is to play a leading role in transforming Ireland into a society based on sustainable energy structures, technologies and practices.

EASCA, the Environmental and Sustainable Construction Association, was founded to promote the viability of sustainable construction in Ireland.

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