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Irish Company Actavo expands into the US

21 Mar , 2016  

Actavo, a leading international engineering solutions company headquartered in Dublin, has announced that it has acquired a key division of U.S. company, Atlantic Engineering Group, Inc. The deal, for an undisclosed amount, represents Actavo’s first acquisition in the US. Specialising in design engineering, field services, GIS (geographic information systems) services and permitting, primarily within the […]

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Wexford Marine specialists add to excavator fleet

18 Mar , 2016  

Reflecting the improving business climate generally, Wexford-based marine engineering contractors, Marine Specialists Limited of Foulksmills and Ballymitty, has invested in additional plant with their purchase of a Komatsu PC360LR-10 hydraulic excavator. Supplied by Komatsu distributor McHale Plant Sales of Birdhill, the new long reach crawler excavator, fitted with a 3D GPS system will be replacing the […]

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Sixty Years of electrical excellence

16 Mar , 2016  

Sean Ahern Ltd has been in the electrical contracting business since 1956. The family-run business is recognised as one of the leading providers of electrical services in the Munster area. As it prepares to celebrate 60 years in business, Sean Ahern Ltd continues to go from strength to strength under the guidance of brothers Michael and […]

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A name you can trust

10 Mar , 2016  

Established in 1968, John Fletcher Limited has continuously adapted and continuously provides a complete range of Electrical and Mechanical Services to an extensive client base throughout Ireland. The company which is headquartered in Portarlington, Co. Laois has a reputation you can trust and their range of expertise covers the full range of Electrical and Mechanical […]

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Acheson & Glover granted premium supplier status with AMBA

2 Mar , 2016  

Acheson & Glover (AG) has cemented its position as one of the leading suppliers of paving, walling and facing brick in the Republic of Ireland by signing a one-year deal with the Allied Merchants Buying Association (AMBA), which will see it granted premium supplier status. Following a similar deal in 2015 and a longer-standing relationship […]

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Energy saving with House2Home

2 Mar , 2016  

House2Home Retrofit Ltd is a young and expanding Irish energy-saving company operating from a 10,000 sq. ft. showroom on Dublin’s Killeen Road. The retrofit division of Ardcourt Ltd / Meadowleck Ltd, House2Home can help clients to lower their home energy bills by as much as 60 per cent by offering the latest energy-saving products and […]

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Excelling in utilities and groundworks

24 Feb , 2016  

From their central location in Swatragh, County Derry, AMG Contracts provides unrivalled utilities and groundworks contracting services across Northern Ireland and the UK. We caught up with HSEQ manager Fergal McEldowney to find out more about this exceptional operation. Operating across the UK and Northern Ireland, AMG Contracts is a privately-owned and fully-accredited company, which […]

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Meticulous solutions delivered with passion and professionalism

17 Feb , 2016  

County Down based Maghera Developments specialises in high-end restorations, pioneering and modular healthcare / education buildings and private developments. We met up with founder / MD Eugene Walker to get an insight into this exceptional, cutting-edge operation. Maghera Developments Ltd. has been providing excellent solutions to a host of clients in the restoration, commercial, education, […]

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Knocking on the door

10 Feb , 2016  

When it comes to the construction industry, developers and architects usually stick to who they know best when it comes to awarding work for contractors. And who can blame them really, as there is an element of chance being taken when offering a new contractor work. However, there are certain companies out there that can […]

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Ulster Bank Construction PMI reports sharpest increase in new business for seven months

8 Feb , 2016  

Growth in the Irish construction sector strengthened at the start of 2016, with activity rising at the fastest pace in seven months on the back of an accelerated expansion in new business according to the latest Ulster Bank Construction PMI report. This encouraged firms to take on extra staff and increase their purchasing activity, while […]

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