Autumn 2011 Archive

Dublin reaches for the stars

CLAIRE SOLON salutes Dublin’s bid to be designated World Design Capital. With a new international or financial crisis appearing to hit the news every week, it is easy to get depressed and to despair about the state of the construction and development industry in Ireland. You might

BOB’s your uncle

A BOB can help you to take control of your pension, says DECLAN EGAN of Omega Financial Management. Depending on your status, the term ‘Bob’ will have different meanings. To the parents among us it reminds us of the builder, it could be reminiscent of money to

A family affair

Three generations of the well known Hogan family recently came together to celebrate a great family tradition in surveying, and also a strong connection to DIT Bolton Street. Head of the family, and of the business – Joseph C Hogan & Sons – Joe Hogan entered the

Moving forward at BNP Paribas

BNP Paribas Real Estate is delighted to announce the appointment of David Browne and Ian Given as Divisional Directors within the Property Management and Professional Services Departments. Both Chartered Surveyors, David joined the company in 2009 and has extensive experience in managing both private and institutional property

Introducing the Professional Groups

Over the next few issues of the Surveyor’s Journal, we will review the work of the various Professional Groups. In this issue, PAT MCGOVERN, Chair of the Building Surveying Professional Group, describes the role of the building surveyor, while GLYN WILLIAMS, Chair of the Minerals Surveying Professional