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    of selection to employ Inadequate fees lead to the reduction of the scope and quality of the service by spending less time on the project or assigning lower paid and usually less qualified personnel to the project The method of selection that best meets all factors is quality based selection Choose the consultant on the basis of professional competence managerial ability available resources professional independence professional integrity and quality assurance

    Original URL path: http://www.acei.ie/resources/selecting-a-consulting-engineer (2016-02-18)
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    Executive Board Why Work with ACEI Members Find a consulting engineer ACEI Awards Resources Resources back What is a Consulting Engineer Selecting a Consulting Engineer Papers and Reports Blog News Contact Papers and Reports Position Papers Papers 1 Consulting Engineers and Environmental Management 2 Consulting Engineers and Delivering Quality in the Built Environment 3 Consulting Engineers and Economic Development 4 Consulting Engineers and Technical Innovation ACEI Reports Opinion on HSA

    Original URL path: http://www.acei.ie/resources/papers-reports (2016-02-18)
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    Blog 16 February 2016 Welcome to our new website As President it is my great pleasure to introduce the new website for the Association of Consulting Engineers of Ireland ACEI The website has been designed to present a modern outward facing member association with a focus on the key strengths and expertise of our MORE 29 June 2015 Welcoming Secretary General Dr Sarah Ingle ACEI has pleasure in welcoming Secretary

    Original URL path: http://www.acei.ie/resources/blog (2016-02-18)
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    Full details here MORE 16 February 2016 In the Irish Times Engineers urge repatriation tax break to attract Irish home In the Irish Times today The chief executives of the Association of Consulting Engineers of Ireland Engineers Ireland and the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland said the lack of graduates in construction fields was a threat to Ireland s future Read the full article here MORE 16 February 2016 Independent Reports Lack of engineering and surveyor grads a critical concern for Ireland s future The Independent reports today According to the Association of Consulting Engineers of Ireland ACEI Engineers Ireland and the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland SCSI Ireland has a substantial deficit in engineering graduates to meet the future demand of the construction sector See full artcile here MORE 16 February 2016 Journal ie Reports Today Women urged to apply for construction courses to help critical graduate shortage Journal ie reports today The chief executives of the Association of Consulting Engineers of Ireland ACEI Engineers Ireland and the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland SCSI said based on current estimates there will be a substantial lack of engineering and surveying graduates to meet the predicted demand for the construction sector

    Original URL path: http://www.acei.ie/news (2016-02-18)
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    5588 Fax 01 642 5590 Email info acei ie News 16 February 2016 Engineers Week 28th Feb 5th March Engineers Week is a week long programme of nationwide events with the aim of celebrating the world of engineering in Ireland The week aims to create a positive awareness and spark more Blog 16 February 2016 Welcome to our new website As President it is my great pleasure to introduce the

    Original URL path: http://www.acei.ie/contact (2016-02-18)
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    Poland on 7 8 March 2016 preceded by a special pre conference seminar on Best Value Procurement on 6 March The conference programme will focus on infrastructure investment to raise awareness that FIDIC forms of contracts can be used and are frequently used in the European region even if the market is predominantly regulated by public law and public procurement rules Consulting engineers are forced to integrate FIDIC conditions of

    Original URL path: http://www.acei.ie/events/fidic-sidir-efca-regional-infrastructure-conference-7-8-march-2016-see-more-at-http-fidic-org-events-fidic-e2-80-93-sidir-e2-80-93-efca-regional-infrastructure-conference-7-8-march-2016-sthash-tywckbad-dpuf (2016-02-18)
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    Blog 16 February 2016 Welcome to our new website As President it is my great pleasure to introduce the new website for the Association of Consulting Engineers of Ireland ACEI The website has been designed to present a modern outward facing member association with a focus on the key strengths and expertise of our MORE 29 June 2015 Welcoming Secretary General Dr Sarah Ingle ACEI has pleasure in welcoming Secretary

    Original URL path: http://www.acei.ie/blog (2016-02-18)
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    To solve this unique problem J V Tierney Co JVT built a building model on the Integrated Environmental Solutions IES software platform The key to achieving our goals was the design of a fully active twin skin façade The façade would allow for the introduction of air and also act as an acoustic blanket to the main Kilcock Road and student thoroughfare outside The twin skin facade allows for The creation of a thermal blanket Pre heating incoming air Providing an acoustic barrier Providing solar shade Minimise heat gain Twinned with our façade we developed a natural ventilation strategy which allowed incoming air to be pre heated or locked out as required over the year With these options came the challenge of increased capital expenditure To overcome the capital expenditure we needed to show a payback to our Client IES was used to show how the active façade twinned with our natural ventilation strategy could minimise heat gain maximise heat retention when required while also controlling overheating and maximising natural lighting thus significantly reducing the energy running cost of the building In addition the exposed concrete soffits and coffers allow for night cooling All the systems are monitored and controlled via the Façade Management System FMS and the Building Energy Management System BEMS Each option used was inputted into our IES model and the benefits were extracted The intent of the vertical blinds installed in the double skin façade is to provide for solar shading during summer time conditions to minimise heat gain into the Library and to allow the maximum solar gain into the Library during winter conditions Additionally the control of the blind position is key to maximising the daylight into the library space thus reducing the requirement for artificial light while minimising internal glare During winter time

    Original URL path: http://www.acei.ie/awards/john-paul-ii-library-extension-nui-maynooth (2016-02-18)
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