Top 12 posts- week ending 31st May


Top 12 posts- week ending 31st May

In what has been a record-breaking week for blog traffic we post the following top 12 posts for the week ending May 31st 2014.

A number of milestones were reached not only for this week, but also for this month:

  • on Tuesday and Wednesday we had over 3,000 views of the blog- the highest ever for 2 day period.
  • In May the Breg Blog received over 24,000 views, our highest ever monthly total.
  • We now have 325 posts on 21 separate categories dealing with SI.9
  • we have over 88,000 views since we started at the end of November 2013- we fill croke park!

Thanks for supporting us and all the great feedback received before and after the Dail debate on Architectural Technologists exclusion form the register- unfortunately we posted only a selection on contributions from engineers, surveyors, architects and interested consumers but many thanks to all who continue to share their experiences of SI.9 to date. This was a very popular issue and we have more posts to come on this.

In particular we thank the 34 Building Control sections all over the country who so generously gave of their time to participate in our first Building Control Officer Survey. The information was clear, consistent and informative: in particular we appreciated the individual comments submitted.

Here are a selection of the top 12 for last week, the week ending 31st May 2014.

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Audio Clip: Dáil Debate 27th May- Architectural Technologists & SI.9

Message from Mick Wallace TD to Architectural Technologists

Thoughts on a Register for Architectural Technologists

Minister Hogan rejects Irish Times Article

RIAI NEWS ALERT: Architectural Technologist Register

Architectural Technologists’ Petition

7 posts all architects (surveyors + engineers) should read

Dáil Debate 27th May on Architectural Technologists: help needed!

Building Control Officers: Survey

Opinion piece: RIAI need to stop ‘passing the ball’.

Letter 1+ 2- Replies to Minister’s Irish Times Letter

Letter 3- Reply to Minister’s Irish Times Letter

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