Dudley Colley

Dudley Colley

Sean Harrington

Thank you Jeff Colley and all at Construct Ireland, and good luck with the launch of Passive House Plus.
Seán Harrington, Seán Harrington Architects

Guaranteed response? From a magazine?

“Half the money I spend on advertising is wasted,” marketing pioneer John Wannamaker famously said. "The trouble is, I don't know which half.”

UK circulation

Advertising with us works because a huge amount of people read the magazine – and act based on what they read.

Irish circulation

Advertising with us works because a huge amount of clients, specifiers and contractors read the magazine – and act based on what they read.

Delivering sustainable results since 2003

Although Passive House Plus started in 2012, we're old hands at promoting sustainable building. We've been connecting the leading brands in Ireland's sustainable building sector with a large, highly targeted readership since our predecessor magazine Construct Ireland (for a sustainable future) first published in January 2003. Passive House Plus was launched in late 2012, with dedicated UK and Ireland editions serving as the leading magazines on how to design and construct sustainable buildings in either market.

Brian Brennan

It is not often that a professional magazine captures and empowers the ideals of an entire generation of new designers. I find myself always looking forward to the next issue.
Brian Brennan, BCF Architects & former county architect, South Dublin County Council

Eamon Ryan

[Editor] Jeff Colley has played a pivotal and sometimes unseen role in relation to real green reform. My work in government has been greatly assisted by Jeff’s work.
Eamon Ryan, Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources (2007 – 2011) and current leader of the Green Party

Jay Stuart

Passive House Plus puts down a marker against which the industry will be measured.
Jay Stuart, managing director, DWEcoCo

Declan Molloy

I have just borrowed a copy of your publication in work, and very much welcome this addition to the otherwise banal magazine racks.
Declan Molloy – Dip.Arch., BaArch.,ARIAI, Galway County Council


I'd like to wish you well with your much needed publication. Our own project, the Village will be looking with interest at your articles from now on.
Mark O'Sullivan, the eco village, Cloughjordan
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