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Government Moves Closer To Making Ciri Registration A Prerequisite For Work

Government moves closer to making Ciri Registration a prerequisite for work

At Greeneform we have been CIRI registered now for 2 years.
Being CIRI Registered means each company on the register must meet particular prequalification criteria to qualify for CIRI Registration. Members are committed to delivering excellence in every aspect of their work.
The Government have now approved the drafting and publication of the General Scheme of the Building Control (construction Industry Register Ireland) (CIRI) Bill 2017.
CIRI was established by the CIF in consultation with the Department of the Environment (DoE) as a definate listing of main contractors and sub-contractors operating in Ireland, competent to carry out works on behalf of public and private clients, the goal being to set improved standards and continuous professional development thoughout the Irish Construction Industry.
Applicants under current CIRI registration process must demonstrate tax clearance and confirming that appropiate insurances are in place.
Applicants are required to demonstrate practical hands on experience working within the construction industry, generally for a period of no less than 3 years, and demonstrate a knowledge and understanding of the legislative and regulatory context in which contstruction is praticed..
Applicants will give details of a minimum of three projects that demonstrate their construction experience and competency to enable them to be processed for Registration.

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