Welcome to CIHT Republic of Ireland.
CIHT launched the Republic of Ireland branch in March 2006 at the University College, Dublin. The launch included an address from David Hutchinson, CIHT President 2005, and a number of keynote speeches from leading figures in the Irish Transportation Industry. Existing members and prospective members are invited to become involved in the activities of the region. CIHT Republic of Ireland acts as a forum for promoting professional excellence and engaging in national issues within the Highways & Transportation industry.
Have you considered joining the committee? Or want to find out more?
CIHT needs you! We are looking for CIHT Members to join the committee. We need new committee members to keep us fresh, focused and relevant to our membership.
Top 3 reasons why you should become a CIHT committee member:
1. Invest - Invest in your future; being part of a committee furthers your continuing professional development and may support career progression.
2. Influence - As a committee member you get the chance to represent your region, shape and organise an annual programme of local activities and contribute to key CIHT events.
3. Increase - Being part of regional committee expands your knowledge, enhances professional visibility and increases your industry networks.
You can register your interest HERE.
To get involved, and for further information, please e-mail: email@example.com
If you would like to more about the individuals who make up the CIHT ROI committee take a look at the Who’s Who section. You can find out about our previous events and the exciting range of events we have coming up in the Events section. You can also keep up to date by joining our LinkedIn Group. Existing members and prospective members are invited to become involved in the activities of the region.
CIHT Republic of Ireland holds an annual conference that acts as a forum for the exchange and dissemination of technical advances as well as exchanges of experiences and ideas among engineers, planners, academics, researchers, developers, regulatory agents and project managers. Previous topics have looked at the challenges which face planning and transport professionals in integrating transport and land use, easing congestion and delivering large infrastructural projects. Planning for the 2020 conference is currently underway.
Get in touch with the local committee e: firstname.lastname@example.org
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