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81st EUROCONSTRUCT Conference in Dublin / 9th & 10th June 2016

“European Construction Prospects in a Low Interest Rate Environment”

Be part of Europe’s Most Prestigious Construction Forecasting and Networking Event

The 81st EUROCONSTRUCT conference in Dublin offers exclusive access to the latest macroeconomic and construction projections to 2018. It will bring together key players across the sector by providing essential industry information and networking opportunities.

The conference will present the latest authoritative medium-term forecasts (to 2018) for the 19 member economies of EUROCONSTRUCT and their construction sectors. The overarching theme for this conference is “European Construction Prospects in a Low Interest Rate Environment”, which will address the key medium-term challenges facing the industry.

We have key global players and analysts lined up to speak on the main topics, including the extent of rapid consolidation in the construction industry and innovation in building materials. We are particularly delighted to have, as our keynote speaker, Roger Flanagan, Professor at the School of Construction Management and Engineering, University of Reading, UK, and visiting professor at universities in Beijing, Malaysia and Australia. Roger has extensive experience of researching construction markets across the world and has served as a director on several boards, including Skanska AB and the Halcrow Group. Roger will present on the forces which are shaping the construction world, the key challenges, opportunities and risks.

Significant New Networking Focus
The conference is important for both buyers and sellers active in the construction markets of Europe and beyond. Thus, it offers a unique opportunity for the leaders of the construction industry to network and exchange views in Dublin, one of Europe’s most dynamic cities.

The Dublin conference will bring together the suppliers of materials, equipment and construction services with international customers, including builders, contractors and project managers, and will provide ample opportunities to mingle in the convivial setting of Europe’s top visitor attraction.

This is a must-attend event for anyone interested in the future prospects and challenges for the construction industry including construction industry leaders, buyers and sellers of goods and services, as well as financial analysts, funders, economists and investors.

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Programme for 81st EUROCONSTRUCT Conference / Dublin 9th / 10th June 2016

Sonya Patel

Outlook for UK and Ireland

The Harder the Fall, the Bigger the Bounce-Back. Concentrating on prospects for the UK. Delegates interested in the Irish market can attend a special session after this presentation.

Speakers /

Brendan Dowling

Chairman, DKM Economic Consultants, Ireland

Annette Hughes

Director, DKM Economic Consultants, Ireland

Andrew Cates

Chief Eurozone Economist, Royal Bank of Scotland, London

Roger Flanagan

Professor of Construction Management and Engineering, University of Reading, UK

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CONFERENCE PACKAGES /

• All prices quoted here exclude VAT. VAT is charged at 23%.
• For companies with an EU VAT number registered in the VIES database, the Reverse Charge Method is applicable.
• For companies outside the EU no VAT is applicable. DELEGATES FROM OUTSIDE THE EU, PLEASE CONTACT DKM DIRECTLY TO REGISTER FOR THE CONFERENCE AT info@dkm.ie or 00353 1 6670372

DELEGATES FROM OUTSIDE THE EU
PLEASE CONTACT DKM
info@dkm.ie or 00353 1 6670372
TO REGISTER.

Premium Package

1,850

Attendance at Evening Reception and Networking Dinner in Guinness Storehouse
Attendance at 81st EUROCONSTRUCT Conference in AVIVA Stadium Conference Centre

EUROCONSTRUCT Documentation including:

1. EUROCONSTRUCT All Countries Report

2. EUROCONSTRUCT Summary Report

3. Conference Presentations

Click here for more details on the documentation.

Standard Package

1,250

Attendance at Evening Reception and Networking Dinner in Guinness Storehouse
Attendance at 81st EUROCONSTRUCT Conference in AVIVA Stadium Conference Centre

EUROCONSTRUCT Documentation including:

1. EUROCONSTRUCT Summary Report

2. Conference Presentations

Click here for more details on the documentation.

ADDITIONAL DELEGATES

550

Additional delegates from the same company are entitled to the Standard Package at this special reduced price.

The special early bird offer expired on April 15th 2016.

EUROCONSTRUCT Country Report

The EUROCONSTRUCT Country Report contains country-by-country analyses and forecasts for the 19 countries of the Euroconstruct network. 
Each national report covers the macroeconomic framework and the main construction sectors:
– residential construction,
– non-residential construction and
– civil engineering.

With more than 8000 figures on the construction sector it is one of the most powerful tools for strategic planning on the market, containing about 450 pages.

EUROCONSTRUCT Summary Report

The EUROCONSTRUCT Summary Report contains comprehensive information on the latest construction developments in the 19 European member countries and runs to about 170 pages.

While the EUROCONSTRUCT Country Report gives detailed national information, the EUROCONSTRUCT Summary Report puts a focus on the overall European trends in the three construction sectors and the macro-economic environment.

Regional Presentations

This includes the individual presentation slides on the six EUROCONSTRUCT regions heard during the conference day as well as speeches/presentation slides on the special topic.

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VENUES / Find Us

Drinks Reception & Networking Dinner

Guinness Storehouse,
St. James’ Gate,
Dublin 8

Thursday 9th June 2016, from 19:00hrs

You are invited for a very special Networking Night in the world famous Guinness Storehouse, which is Ireland’s leading tourist attraction. In September 2015, Dublin’s Guinness Storehouse was named as Europe’s leading tourist attraction, beating the Paris’ Eiffel Tower, Barcelona’s La Sagrada Familia, the Acropolis in Athens and the Roman Collosseum. It was also deemed better than Buckingham Palace in London and Ribeira do Porto in Portugal by judges in the World Travel Awards.

Located in the heart of the St. James's Gate Brewery, the Guinness Storehouse® is Ireland's most popular tourist attraction. It's the home of the Black Stuff, in the heart of Dublin and we hope an unforgettable experience.

Your journey begins at the bottom of the world's largest pint glass and continues up through two floors filled with interactive experiences that fuse Guinness’s brewing heritage with Ireland's rich history.

When you arrive at the Arrol Suite, the venue for our evening reception, you will be able to sample some Guinness or other drinks, should you prefer. Enjoy a delicious meal with first class Irish entertainment in the company of representatives of Europe’s construction industry leaders. A perfect networking opportunity in a convivial setting in Europe’s best tourist attraction. We look forward to seeing you there.

Directions to the Guinness Storehouse:

1. From the City Centre
  • Take the Dublin Bus 123 from O’Connell Street or Dame Street, every 8-10 minutes.
  • The Guinness Storehouse is a stopping point for all Hop-on-hop-off type of city tour buses operating in Dublin.
  • Taxi fares from Trinity College: approximately €8

2. From Dublin Airport
  • Take the Airlink Bus 747 from the Airport to Trinity College and then take either the Dublin Bus 13, 40 or 123 to the Guinness Storehouse. Please ask the bus driver to let you know when you have reached your destination.
  • Taxi fares from Dublin Airport: approximately €22

Directions from the Airport to the City Centre
  • Take the Aircoach Bus 700 (€6 fares to the city centre, 24h/24)
  • Take the Airlink Bus 747 (€6  fares to the city centre, from 5 a.m. to 11.30 p.m)
  • Taxi fares to Trinity College: approximately €22

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Conference Day

Lansdowne Road,
Dublin 4
Friday 10th June, Registration from 07:45 hrs



The AVIVA Stadium is the home of Irish Rugby and Irish Football and sits on the grounds of the oldest sports stadium in Europe. Since opening in May 2010, the new stadium has forged an indelible mark on the event landscape of Dublin city. The AVIVA not only plays host to major international sporting fixtures and concerts but has become one of the most popular conference and events venues in the city. Its spectacular event spaces can transform from plenary sessions of 800 to gala dinners of 1,140 and world street food events for 3,600. The catering team design and create diverse food offerings all within the Stadium.
Directions to the AVIVA Stadium

1.From the City Centre
  • Take the DART towards Greystones at Tara Street and exit at Lansdowne Road DART Station. Cross the rail way line heading towards the Stadium. Please use the main entrance, where signs for the EUROCONSTRUCT Conference will direct you to the Registration desk.
  • Taxi fares from Trinity College: approximately €8

2. From Dublin Airport
  • Take the Airlink Bus 747 to Connolly Car Park and then the DART towards Greystones to Lansdowne Road DART Station. Exit at Lansdowne Road DART Station. Cross the rail way line heading towards the Stadium. Please use the main entrance, where signs for the EUROCONSTRUCT Conference will direct you to the Registration desk.
  • Taxi fares from Dublin Airport: approximately €24

 3. Directions from the Airport to the City Centre
  • Take the Aircoach Bus 700 (€6 fares to the city centre, 24h/24)
  • Take the Airlink Bus 747 (€6  fares to the city centre, from 5 a.m. to 11.30 p.m)
  • Taxi fares to Trinity College: approximately €22

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SPONSORS AND EXHIBITORS /

We would love to talk to you about sponsorship opportunities or exhibition space rental at the AVIVA Stadium. Please contact DKM to discuss the package that is right for your company.

DKM is delighted to have secured sponsorship from the following companies:

Where to stay and what to do in Dublin

Where to stay in Dublin

There is a wide range of accommodation available in Dublin, but please book early, as June is one of the most popular months to visit the city – the weather is at its most favourable and there is so much to do and see.

Please click below for a list of hotels in the vicinity of the conference venues.

Hotels and B&Bs in Dublin

What to do in Dublin

Dublin is a vibrant and fun place and one of the world’s most friendly cities which has much to offer its visitors, be it for a day or a weekend. If you are travelling to Dublin to attend the 81st EUROCONSTRUCT Conference, why not bring a friend and make a long weekend of it? There is something special for everyone, from unmissable cultural and historical gems to tech and party hotspots...

Visit Dublin Website

Thinking of staying on?

Enjoy the unique atmosphere of the Irish pub with the added bonus of a great sporting event.
Following the conclusion of the EUROCONSTRUCT Conference on Friday June 10th, UEFA Euro 2016 will kick off in France so why not soak up the atmosphere for the games in one of Dublin’s world renowned pubs!  The opening match will feature France taking on Romania at 8pm (Irish time) on Friday June 10th.  We recommend a number of pubs in Dublin which will provide the most enjoyable settings for the start of the tournament:

Sinnotts Bar

Sinnotts Bar,
King Street,
Dublin 2
www.sinnotts.ie

O’Neills Bar & Restaurant

O’Neills Bar & Restaurant,
Suffolk Street,
Dublin 2,
www.oneillsbar.com

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McGrattan’s Pub

McGrattan’s Pub,
Baggot Street,
Dublin 2,
www.mcgrattans.ie

Looking forward to welcoming you to Dublin in June!