Ireland's only dedicated building services engineering journal
Ireland's only dedicated building services engineering journal

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A shortage of skilled staff, declining fees and the persistent need for salary increases – these are just the headlines from EFCA’s latest barometer, The State of the European Consulting Engineering Sector. Add in other factors such as geopolitical tension, energy transformation, surging inflation and rapidly-rising interest rates, and you have a recipe for uncertainty...
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In the latest issue of Building Services Engineering Franziska Mohr, Policy and Communication Adviser, European Federation of Engineering Consultancy Association (EFCA), says engineers must completely rethink the technical profile of physical structures to minimise their ecological impact. Furthermore, she believes that consulting engineers have the knowledge and expertise to adapt to climate change, reinforce resilience,...
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Like many industries, the consulting engineering sector is currently experiencing a shortage of skilled workers, with women being significantly under-represented in this highly-skilled profession. Against this backdrop, the gender gap is both a cause for concern and an opportunity, says Inés Ferguson, President, European Federation of Engineering Consultancy Associations (EFCA),in the latest issue of Building...
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