Irish association joins EDA

02 May 2019

The Irish Association of Demolition Contractors (IADC) has become the latest member of the European Demolition Association (EDA).

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Patrick Tinnelly representing the Irish Association of Demolition Contractors at the World Demolition Summit in Dublin, November 2018

The association – whose chairman Patrick Tinnelly gave the keynote speech at last year’s World Demolition Summit in Dublin – is a national employer body representing companies in the demolition sector, and its aim on is to promote contractors and raise standards of demolition through training and other initiatives.

As a constituent association of Ireland’s Construction Industry Federation (CIF), its representatives sit on health and safety and construction and demolition waste sub-committees.

Through the CIF, representatives lobby government to drive change and influence legislation and policies which effects specialist contractors.

The CIF also provides a range of professional services and assists its members through support on safety, health and welfare, industrial relations, tendering and contractual matters and provides a range of training programmes to ensure members are skilled in their area of construction management.

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