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  1. 1. NDFA Devolved Schools Building Programme Meet The Contractor Event Charleville Park Hotel 15th August 2013
  2. 2. NDFA Devolved Schools Build Programme Meet the Contractor Event 15 August 2013
  3. 3. Introduction Steven Burgess Head of Project Management National Development Finance Agency
  4. 4. • Introduction • NDFA Overview • Programme Overview • Site Overview Agenda
  5. 5. • NDFA established January 2003 State’s Financial Adviser for public investment projects greater than €30 million, Procurement & delivery authority for Public Private Partnership (PPP) Projects. • Historic Projects 9 major inter-urban motorways/by-passes 5 education PPPs including 15 schools International Convention Centre Courts of Criminal Justice • Future Projects Irish Government Stimulus Package and PPP Programme: Phase 1 (announced in July 2012). • Education – 12 new schools and the Grangegorman DIT PPP project • Health – Up to 20 Primary Care Centres • Justice – 3 Divisional Garda HQ’s / 7 Courthouses • Transport – 2 New Road Procurements NDFA Overview
  6. 6. Completed Projects
  7. 7. Programme Overview David Hannon Programme Manager National Development Finance Agency
  8. 8. • 12 March 2012 – Ministerial announcement of €2bn investment in schools over the next 5 years. • Traditional Funding source, i.e. Exchequer funded. • Programme includes replacement schools, school extensions and alterations to existing schools. • Programme delivery to be supported by VEC’s, NDFA, OPW and Local Authorities in addition to local schools and Department. • NDFA engaged to support the delivery of 17 schools. Programme Overview
  9. 9. • Projects have been allocated into 3 Bundles Generally split by Geography Flexibility to deliver one off schools • NDFA have appointed 3 Design Teams Design and Build contracting strategy NDFA have submitted Planning Permissions incl. DAC and FSC. • D&B Framework established of 5 Contractors ABM / Clancy Construction JV J.J Rhatigan & Co Sammon Contracting Ireland Ltd JSL (Stewarts) / Tracey Brothers JV Western Building Systems • Call off contracts will be awarded from this framework. Bundle 1 & Bundle 2 have been issued for tender. Sept / Oct returns. Bundle 3 to be issued in August for Nov return. Programme Overview
  10. 10. Bundle Site Description 1 Griffeen Valley, Lucan Standalone Extension 1 St. Joseph's CBS, Drogheda Extension & Refurbishment 1* Scoil an Spioraid Naoimh, Laytown New Build 1 SN Bheinn Naofa Boys, Duleek New Build 1 SN Bheinn Naofa Girls, Duleek New Build 1 Navan Educate Together New Build 2 Tullow Community School Extension & Refurbishment 2 Scoil Naisiunta Bhride, Clane Extension & Refurbishment 2 St. Brigid's NS, Kilcullen Extension & Refurbishment 2 North Kildare ET, Celbridge Extension & Refurbishment 2* Presentation College, Athenry New Build 3 Watergrasshill NS Extension & Refurbishment 3 Cloughduv, NS, Coachford Extension 3 CBS Midleton Extension & Refurbishment 3 Pres Sec, Milltown New Build 3 Nagle Rice NS, Milltown New Build 3 Galvone NS & Southhill JS New Build
  11. 11. Bundle 3
  12. 12. Cloughduv National School, Co. Cork • 4 classroom standalone extension, includes a library, resource area and ancillary areas • Enhanced set-down parking area, External hard court play areas
  13. 13. Galvone NS & Southhill NS • New Build School on brownfield site • 12 Classroom incl. General Purpose area • External hard court play areas & car parking
  14. 14. CBS Midleton, Co. Cork • Post Primary School | New build 16 classroom extension including PE Hall • Refurbishment to existing 12 Classroom school • External hard court & play areas
  15. 15. Presentation Milltown, Secondary School, Co. Kerry • New Build 13 Classroom incl. PE Hall on greenfield / brownfield site • Demolition of existing school • External hard court & play areas
  16. 16. Nagle Rice National School, Co. Kerry • New Build School, 12 Classroom incl. GP area on greenfield site • External hard court & play areas
  17. 17. Watergrasshill National School, Co.Cork • 7 Classroom extension, GP Hall and Special Needs Unit • Refurbishment to existing school • External hard court & play areas
  18. 18. Athenry Site
  19. 19. Presentation College, Athenry, Galway • Post Primary School - circa 9,500m2, SNU, GP Hall • Greenfield Site, Car Parking, Cycle lanes, Playing Fields, External Hard Courts.
  20. 20. Further information on the NDFA and Projects can be found at Further information on the NDFA and Projects can be found at
  21. 21. Overview •Combined 100+ Years in the Construction Industry •Large Volume of Educational Projects throughout Ireland •Joint Venture to Undertake multiple schools ABM/Clancy JV For the NDFA Devolved Schools Programme Sample Previous Projects •Holywell ETNS, Swords •Abbey Community College •Lusk Community College •Holy Spirit School, Kilkenny •Newbridge School, Kildare •Kilworth National School, Cork Lusk Community College, Co. Dublin
  22. 22. ABM/Clancy JV Sample Projects Holywell Educate Together National School
  23. 23. ABM/Clancy JV Sample Projects Kilworth National School, Cork
  24. 24. ABM/Clancy JV Sample Projects Scoil na Naomh Uilig, Newbridge
  25. 25. ABM/Clancy JV Objectives & Subcontractors Key Objectives •To improve our supply chain Subcontractor Categories •Groundworks / Earthworks •Precast Concrete •Structural Steel •Mechanical/Electrical •Glazing / Rooflights •Carpentry •Roofing •Fitted Furniture •Partitions •Joinery •Floor Finishes •Suspended Ceilings •Plastering •Landscaping Holy Spirit School, Kilkenny
  26. 26. Company Overview JJ Rhatigan & Company is one of Ireland’s leading construction companies with offices located in Galway, Dublin and Sligo. Over the past sixty years, as a premier contractor, the company has successfully progressed into a number of diverse sectors and continues to grow in these sectors today throughout Ireland. These include the construction of Education, Commercial & Retail, Hotel/Leisure, Industrial, Residential, Healthcare, Municipal, Local Authority, Heritage and Fit out projects. We are pleased to be a part of the NDFA Devolved Schools Building programme and welcome suppliers and sub contractors to visit our stand and discuss their services with our team. JJ Rhatigan & Company is interested in meeting subcontractors and suppliers at this event including; Piling, Groundworks, Demolition, Concrete, Asbestos Removal, Cladding & Roofing, Ceilings/Partitions/Studs, Façade, Glazing, Mechanical, Electrical, Equipment, Floor/Wall/Tiling, Formwork, Furniture Joinery, Gym Equipment, Kitchen Equipment, Laboratory Furniture & Equipment, Lift, Lighting Equipment, Metalwork, Plant Hire, Paving, Plastering, Steel, Stone and Waste Water Treatment. NDFA Devolved Schools Building Programme
  27. 27. NDFA Devolved Schools Building Programme A selection of JJ Rhatigan & Co. projects, current and recently completed nationwide include; • NUIG Arts Millennium Building • NUIG AHSSRB • UCD Roebuck • Medtronic Customer Innovation Centre • St. Patricks College Dublin • JFK Community School Limerick • UL Lero & IEC Building • Borrisokane Community School Tipperary • Wexford Hospital • Highfield Hospital Dublin • Gael Scoil na Cruiche Westport • Oughterard Secondary School Galway To review our full portfolio log onto the below web address or contact us at; NDFA Contact : Telephone: 091 580800
  28. 28. Stewart Tracey Joint Venture brings together 2 leading building contractors focused on facilitating education into the future through the delivery of high end design and build school solutions. - Family businesses with over 170 years experience in construction - Delivering construction projects across all sectors - Leaders in the fields of Education & Design and Build - Successfully delivered over 60 schools projects – many similar to NDFA DSBP Primary and Post Primary Schools; large scale new-builds, extensions, refurbishment projects, many in “live” environments involving phasing, decanting & restricted sites - Recent schools experience includes schools delivered on a Traditional, Design and Build & D&B Rapid Build School Basis, for example:
  29. 29. - Pleased to be part of NDFA Devolved Schools Building Programme & todays Meet the Buyer – Construction Awareness Event - Aim of today is to extend our supply chain through meeting as many subcontractors and suppliers as possible – operating locally, regionally or nationwide - Certain criteria to meet to establish competence prior to inclusion on JV approved supplier register. Please see handout for details at Stewart Tracey stand. - Some Key Subcontract /Suppliers we are interested in talking to here today include: Mechanical; Electrical; Glazing; Cladding; Carpentry; Joinery; Groundwork's; Piling; Painting; Plastering; Roofing; Flooring & Tiling; Landscaping; Paving; Suspended Ceilings; Partitions; Metalwork; Fencing; Concrete; Steel; Precast Concrete; Formwork; Furniture & Equipment Suppliers – Playground/Gym & Sportshall/ Canteen/ Laboratories, etc……. . - If you are not listed in above categories, please feel free to speak to us about your area of work Thank You
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  31. 31. Cork County & City Enterprise Boards Michael Hanley West Cork Enterprise Board North Cork Enterprise Board 15th August 2013
  32. 32. Cork County & City Enterprise Boards Logo here First Stop Shop for Small Business Enquiries in Cork Statutory Agency responsible for micro Enterprise Development in Cork Four Boards in Cork: City, South, West & North
  33. 33. Cork County & City Enterprise Boards Logo here National Development Plan 2000-2006 “CEBs are responsible for ……. Provision of a comprehensive range of business supports comprising of business advice, financial assistance and management training to enterprises employing 10 employees or less ……. Play a pivotal role in assisting micro enterprise to avail of Enterprise Ireland services”.
  34. 34. Cork County & City Enterprise Boards Logo here CEBS’ STRATEGIES Four Stages Inspiration – Raising awareness of entrepreneurship Starting – Support for early stage entrepreneurial activity Enhancing – Encouraging capability building, innovation and increased competitiveness Growth – Achieving significant growth and maximising export orientation
  35. 35. Cork County & City Enterprise Boards Inspiration - Raising Awareness of Entrepreneurship Advice Promotion - Advertising – Publications – Seminars – Local Heroes – Schools Enterprise (primary & Secondary) – Third Level – Competitions – Enterprise Awards Mentoring Start Your Own Business Courses
  36. 36. Cork County & City Enterprise Boards Information Seminars Idea generation workshops Start Your Own Business Training Information – First Stop Shop Referrals – Banks, Microfinance, Credit Unions, Accountants, Enterprise Ireland. Finance Specific Programmes – Women in Business etc. Support For Early Stage Entrepreneurship Activity Networks
  37. 37. Cork County & City Enterprise Boards Aid towards manufacturing / processing or potential international tradable services Innovative local services who are not in direct competition locally Must take account of DEADWEIGHT (where there is no need for aid i.e project will proceed regardless) DISPLACEMENT (where aid to a project will severely effect a similar business in the area) Financial Intervention
  38. 38. Cork County & City Enterprise Boards Logo here Equity Participation For Redeemable Preferential Cumulative Shares Up to a maximum of €150,000 Can appoint a director Usually appoint a mentor Buy back within five years
  39. 39. Cork County & City Enterprise Boards Logo here Refundable Aid At least 30% of Enterprise Board financial intervention is in refundable format On occasions a 100% refundable intervention is approved
  40. 40. Cork County & City Enterprise Boards Logo here Encouraging Capability Building, Innovation and Increased competitiveness On-going client relationships Mentoring Specialist seminars-Marketing, Labour law, Internet etc Innovation vouchers ICT Audits Knowledge acquisition grants Training
  41. 41. Cork County & City Enterprise Boards Logo here Encouraging Capability Building Innovation and Increased competitiveness Networks - Women - Small Business - ViaFulcrum - Gift & Homeware / Craft - Food Traceability - Green Shoots- Business Start - Accelerate Specific Development Programmes
  42. 42. Cork County & City Enterprise Boards Achieving Significant Growth - Maximising Export Orientation Export initiatives • Trading Links Partnership-Cork Meet 13th April Mentoring • Intertrade Ireland • Main event • Company visits • Agency Linkages • Small Exporters Scheme • Referrals to Enterprise Ireland “first flight” programme
  43. 43. Cork County & City Enterprise Boards Logo here CONTACTS
  44. 44. Cork Regional Chambers • Cork Regional Chambers includes: Cork Chamber Cobh & Harbour Chamber Charleville Chamber Clonakilty Chamber Midleton Chamber Mallow Chamber • Representatives from these Chambers meet on a regular basis to discuss issues of mutual interest • Current Chair of Cork Regional Chambers is Maura Hunter (Mallow Chamber) • Secretary of Cork Regional Chambers is Aislinn Stanton (Cork Chamber)
  45. 45. Cork Regional Chambers • Engages and communicates with the Chamber network through Chambers Ireland • Interacts with regional stakeholders and organisations on behalf of members • Supports and encourages economic development in the Cork Region (i.e. N28, the Gridlink Project, SECAD, Ballyhoura Development Ltd)
  46. 46. What is the Enterprise Europe Network? ‘One-stop shop for European SMEs’ The Enterprise Europe Network helps small business to make the most of the European marketplace. Working through local business organisations, we can help you: • Develop your business in new markets • Source, develop and license new technologies and innovations • Identify suitable EU funding or EU projects for your business • Give feedback to the European Commission
  47. 47. Almost 600 partner organisations in over 50 countries The Network’s power lies in connecting all of these people and organisations
  48. 48. How do we help? Answer enquiries from SMEs in Cork, Kerry and Limerick Organise brokerage events and trade missions Meet companies on an individual basis to assess their requirements for assistance on internationalisation, EU funding, etc. Organise local events on relevant themes (EU topics, international trade, innovation, entrepreneurship) Help to create cross-border partnerships using an online partnering database
  49. 49. Mentoring for Female Entrepreneurs Network of Ambassadors for Female Entrepreneurship Info2Innovate Project
  50. 50. EEN Global Network – EEN Ireland – Katherine Fitzpatrick – Eimear O’Mullane – Aislinn Stanton –
  51. 51. Pathways to Work New Opportunities for Employers
  52. 52. We have been given a mandate to change and we are changing .with a dual focus “Put simply, no-one who loses his/her job should be allowed to drift, with no support, into long term unemployment. “ “To assist employers in recruiting employees from the Live Register and to incentivise employers to offer opportunities to unemployed people – particularly long-term unemployed people.”
  53. 53. A change that is as focussed on employers as it is on unemployed people
  54. 54. And one that can deliver real benefit to employers. - Access to a real talent pool
  55. 55. Through on-line and personalised service
  56. 56. With innovative financial supports
  57. 57. That can deliver real savings to employers JobsPlus – New Jobs, Less Cost •Available from July 2013 •An employment grant paid monthly in respect of employees hired from the live register •Two Levels of Payment • An employee who was unemployed for 12 mths – 24 mths: €7,500 • An employee who was unemployed for 2 years of more: €10,000 •Full- time employment over 30 hours per week •For new vacancies, which do not displace existing employees •Time spent on Jobbridge and other schemes counts towards eligibility
  58. 58. So what next make contact Divisional Manager South West - Neil Kelly Employer Liaison Manager SW – Frank Heffernan Ph: 021 4917420 Ph: 064 6678546 Email: Email: Divisional Manager Cork Central – Maria Hurley Employer Liaison Manager CC – Sean Murphy Ph: 021 4917420 Ph: 021 4948911 Email: Email: Employer Liaison Manager MidWest – Maura Corbett Ph: 061 497900 Email: Head of Employer Relations (National) – Joan Gordon Ph: 01 6732769 Email National Contact Centre Freephone: 1800 611116
  59. 59. Getting the most out of the networking session Orlagh Murphy Senior Market Adviser Enterprise Ireland 15th August 2013
  60. 60. 8 things to remember • Take notes & ask questions • Decide who you want to meet & what you want to say to them • Plan to meet and speak with all of the 5 contractors • Speak with other attendees, not just your colleagues • Leave your Business Cards, Summary Profiles & return completed PQQs • Visit the Enterprise Support Zone • Follow up after today’s event • Register on