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Construction Information Services (CIS) is acquired by leading construction information provider, Glenigan

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Today we can announce that Construction Information Services (CIS) has been acquired by Glenigan Limited.

Founded in 1973, Glenigan is the UK’s leading provider of business intelligence to the construction industry. Supplying comprehensive and reliable business intelligence to the sector on all significant building projects throughout the UK.

CIS joining the Glenigan Group solidifies our joint position as the most comprehensive provider of construction sales leads and industry insight in the UK and Ireland and we join a growing international portfolio under the holding company Byggfakta Group covering Europe, Australia, New Zealand, SE Asia and the United States.

Glenigan is a well-respected and established business and emulates the CIS ethos of providing the very best service possible for their customers.

Glenigan’s Chief Executive, Victoria McEwen, says “When looking to expand and enrich our service further into the Irish markets CIS was the obvious choice of company to acquire. They are an established and trusted brand in both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland and emulate the Glenigan ethos of providing the very best service possible for their customers. Glenigan is looking forward to welcoming the CIS team to the Glenigan family and to building on our joint expertise to deliver the most robust and dependable service that our customers can rely on”.

Managing Director of CIS, Tom Moloney, says “this acquisition is an exciting opportunity for CIS, it’s staff and customers and will enable it to continue to be the cornerstone in the provision of construction activity intelligence and data for the Irish and UK markets. Joining Glenigan and the Byggfakta Group will accelerate CIS’s vision to be the leading authority on business intelligence for construction activity in Ireland”.