CitA’s 3rd TECH LIVE conference will be a three-day event (June 15th-17th) focusing on the key challenges in construction and how the construction industry must change by embracing new ways of working. Attendees of this conference will gain insight from home and abroad to become a better, faster, more attractive and greener industry.
The event will be an open invitation for industry, academia, government, and IT vendors to submit presentation proposals on addressing one or more of the top 10 challenges facing the construction industry in 2022
This exciting conference will take place online on June 15, 16 and in-person on June 17 at the Gibson Hotel, Dublin.
Mairead PhelanHead of the National Building Control and Market Surveillance Office. A Chartered Engineer and Fellow of Engineers Ireland have worked as a programme manager with the Local Government Management Agency on national shared services projects. Prior to this was Senior Engineer with Fingal County Council in the Built Environment, Bridges and Transportation Divisions, after many years as Municipal & Town Engineer and Conservation Officer with Carlow County Council. Career commenced with Nicholas O Dwyer Consulting Engineers on Major Water & Drainage Schemes. She is an associate lecturer with South East Technological University Carlow. Passionate about promoting the construction of safe and healthy buildings and the sustainable re-use of our existing building stock. Have won awards for work in the built environment including the Taoiseach’s Civil Service excellence and innovation, Chambers Ireland Local Government and the millennium Conservation Awards.
What is the title of your paper?
The Building Control Management System as the Preferred Means of Building Control Administration in Ireland
What is the focus of your paper presentation?
Building Control administration and Compliance with the Building Regulations,
Why is this an important topic in digital construction?
Response: The “Building Control Regulations” 1997 (as amended) provide for matters of procedure, administration and control for the purposes of securing the implementation of, and compliance with, the requirements of the Building Regulations: the important control mechanisms include Notices; Applications; Declarations; Certificates and the Statutory Building Control Register. The Building Control Management System is the preferred means of administration of the Building Control Regulations in Ireland and effectively collates the Building Control Data for every Building Commencement in Ireland. How we use this data collection system in ensuring that we have compliant, safe, and healthy buildings?