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Matheson Hosts Industry Leaders at ‘The Future of Irish Infrastructure’ Event

AUTHORs: Garret Farrelly Date: 10/10/2019

Pictured above (l-r): Partnership Chairman, Tim Scanlon; Partner, Rhona Henry; Minister Eoghan Murphy TD; Partner, Kate McKenna; Partner, Garret Farrelly

Matheson was delighted to bring together industry specialists from across the infrastructure sector for ‘The Future of Irish Infrastructure: Managing Regulation, Cost and Time’ which took place in the Matheson Dublin office on Thursday, 3 October. The event focused on ideas and solutions for the delivery of Ireland's ambitious infrastructure pipeline.

Pictured above: Minister Eoghan Murphy TD

Minister Eoghan Murphy TD delivered the opening remarks, where he outlined his upcoming reform agenda and the importance of infrastructure in delivering equality of opportunity for all who live and work in Ireland. Panellists from daa plc, EirGrid plc, Hines, RKD Architects and Ireland Strategic Investment Fund shared their insights and expertise with an audience of industry leaders in an engaging discussion on the future of large-scale infrastructure in Ireland. Industry specialists also examined the delivery of long-term public infrastructure through effective public-private collaboration.

The event was supported by Matheson's cross-disciplinary Projects group who work with domestic and international clients to deliver Ireland's most ambitious and complex infrastructure projects across all industry sectors including transportation, telecoms, healthcare, energy and accommodation.

Pictured above (l-r): Matheson Partner, Kate McKenna; Brian Moran, Hines Ireland; Donal Murphy, ISIF; David Browne, RKD Architects; Matheson Partner, Rhona Henry; Yvonne Dalton, DAA plc; Mark Foley, EirGrid plc

Commenting at the event, partner and Head of the Energy and Infrastructure Group at Matheson, Garret Farrelly said:

“A key part of Matheson's role as a project development adviser is to keep its clients up-to-date on the latest market trends and upcoming projects in the Irish infrastructure sector. This seminar complements our regular infrastructure updates and is a great opportunity for a large group of key clients and contacts to catch up with industry leaders.”

For more information on our Energy and Infrastructure Group, please contact  Garret Farrelly.