The Construction Industry Register (CIRII) is national authority regulating construction employers in Ireland. The Construction Industry Register is recognized by the Government and is also a social partner for construction companies in Ireland. The Register provides important guidelines for Irish construction companies and also aids them in obtaining public sector procurement contracts.
The Register has undergone massive change at the beginning of 2014 and now provides an interface for companies and sole trades that want to register with the CIRII so they can be easily recognized. In order to register with the CIRII an Irish construction company or sole trader must meet certain requirements. Among these are:
Considering the risks a construction site implies and the importance of a construction project no matter what it is intended for, Ireland has amended its Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Regulations in 2013. The new Construction Regulations is divided in several chapters emphasizing the importance of all parties involved in the development of a project, as it follows:
For complete information about the new provisions added to the Construction Regulations you may rely on our specialists in company registration in Ireland.
When setting up a construction company in Ireland the first step is to draft the Articles of Association and together with all the other relevant documentation, submit them with the Trade Register. Once the company is registered and all the necessary permits have been issued, one must select the correct NACE code for manufacturing construction materials. Within Section D, SubSection DI we can find the following NACE codes:
SubSection DJ is for Irish companies manufacturing basic metals and metal products.
For a complete list of all NACE codes and for company registration please contact our Irish representatives.