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  • Construction costs rapidly rising to the peak of the Celtic Tiger: surveyors
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    Construction costs this year will exceed the level of 2006 and is rapidly approaching the highest levels bubble Celtic tiger, according to new figures from the society of chartered surveyors Ireland (SCSI).
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Construction costs this year will exceed the level of 2006 and is rapidly approaching the highest levels bubble Celtic tiger, according to new figures from the society of chartered surveyors Ireland (SCSI).

The price increase is of great importance for the delivery of the strategic development plan of the Government of Ireland 2040, in particular for the success and the cost of major infrastructure projects.

Higher wages, plus the cost of steel and timber leading to price work looking for projects that the SCSI and found.

Des O”Broin, President of the SCSI, described as growing in this regard in the short term and the challenge for those involved in procurement, especially public procurement, which is a fixed price tender.

“The current rate of growth simply cannot be sustained in the long term,” Mr O”Broin warned.

“The main reason, according to members of SCSI for a permanent increase in the tender prices are constantly increasing workload, combined with the shortage of qualified personnel faced by both main contractors and specialists sub-contractors.”


The society of chartered surveyors Ireland President des O”Broin

Drivers of higher costs include changes to the building regulations and the influence of industry employment orders (SEOs), which replaced the old registration of labor contracts in the construction industry last year and set minimum terms for payment of pensions and other benefits, the employer is obliged to provide, he said.

“The price of labour is also rising to his feet branch of the order on employment while the prices of steel, wood and other materials, as well as oil, are also increasing,” Mr O”Broin added.

“Other factors contributing to the increase include the use of new nearly zero energy SNiP – although this will lead to lower operating costs of buildings throughout their life cycle.

“Further uncertainty in the UK and tariffs arising from global trade wars are likely to be other participants,” he added.

In of chartered surveyors said that the increase in symptoms a high level of activity and limited resources.

This will contribute to either increased costs, fewer projects, or potentially both, and will inevitably feed the fears of overheating in the economy. The price index for the SCSI tender monitors the levels when the construction company for constructing contracts.

The latest update today shows that prices rose by 3.95 PC in the first half of 2018.

Projected annual growth to 2018 will amount to 7.4 PC, almost half a percentage point ahead of what the society predicted in the beginning of the year.

This means that construction prices are on the way to return to the level they were in the first half of 2006 and in just five index points below the peak in the first half of 2007 – which has long been seen as unsustainable.

“Given the continued rise in prices at auction for a relatively short period of time, it will be a problem for Customers, receiving bids for national projects that contractors may face financial difficulties in the middle – as is evident from recent school projects,” Mr. O”Broin said.

The index shows prices in the first half of 2018 grow faster in Dublin and rest of Leinster, but increases the total for all regions.

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