One of the key factors to any successful business is delivering a quality product or service to the customer.
When people are paying good money, they demand quality in all aspects of the service and this is what makes some companies more successful than others.
This is especially true in the construction industry as the competitiveness of the sector means that if a company does not comply with the standards that they are expected to reach then another business will be used on the next project.
For this month’s edition of Building Ireland, we profile a mechanical company that has prided itself on delivering a quality service all of the time.
In 2004, Ciaran Orohoe and Paul McGarry established Celsius Mechanical with Sean Tobin coming on Board in 2011, the Company specialises in Mechanical Engineering and Contracting .
The company, which is headquartered in Stadium Business Park, Ballycoolin, Dublin 11 also provides services in the electrical and building sectors, but the majority of their work is focused on the mechanical side on the business.
Over the past 12 years, Celsius Mechanical has earned a reputation for providing specialist commercial and industrial engineering services which is reflected in the company’s continued growth and performance.
Ciaran spoke to us about how the company has grown over the past number of years.
“We very busy at present . Our main area of expertise is in the Commerical and Industrial sector on the HVAC side including Maintenence ” said Ciaran.
“A lot of our work would be carried out for main contractors like Manley Construction and Purcells and for various Consultant’s and Client’s that we have built up a rapport with over the year’s, We have been involved in some award winning projects with these companies.”
Ciaran added that it was essential for them to continue to supply the quality of services that their customers have become accustomed to over the years.
“Quality is something that we have always placed a great emphasis on and to achieve this we have an experienced staff that have undergone extensive training and are capable of working to the levels that both we and our customers expect.
“We pride ourselves in exceeding our clients expectations and continually delivering projects on time, within budget and to the highest quality standards.
”To achieve these standards the company has a quality management system where senior management build, maintain and update the framework to guide the company and its employees towards an improved performance.Celsius are in the process of obtaining the accreditation ISO 9001:2008 and will be adopting the structure and principles of the quality management systems once completed.
Celsius believe that on any project there should be no accidents or incidents if all staff and sub-contractors are fully aware of the Health and Safety legislation and abide by the ethos of a safe project is a successful project.
This underlines the Company approach to Health & Safety in the workplace. Where Celsius undertakes the role of Project Supervisor Construction Stage (PSCS) or Principal Contractor it has additional responsibilities for the management of safety on site.
The Company recognises that work accidents and work related health problems cause suffering to the persons affected and possible financial loss to them and the company. The Company and its employees have a common interest in minimising the possibility of accidents and ill effects on health.
The Company aims to continually improve its safety and health performance by taking a pro-active approach to the management of safety and health as an integral part of managing a successful business.
Management have received training in Occupational Health & Safety through NISO and all foremen are trained in first aid. All staff on site have manual handling, abrasive wheel, MEWP, alloy tower, fire extinguishing training as a standard.
In recent times, the company has completed such prestigious contracts With Manley Construction in the National Sports Campus and the award winning Arc Cinema in Drogheda.
Current projects include the new Meath County Council offices in Navan, Anglesea Road Apartments in Ballsbridge, Dardistown Crematorium, O’Growney National School, Athboy, Richmond Barracks and ongoing extensive work in No 1 Grand canal square.
“We are pleased with the workload that we have on at the moment. There are almost 30 people working here, the majority of which are on site.”
We get a lot of maintenance contracts from projects we work on as companies are happy with the initial service that we provide and our main aim is to keep on an upward curve.
“The market is very price driven at the moment and it is up to us to keep producing quality jobs and maintain the standards that we have set ourselves.
”Celsius Mechanical has earned the reputation for providing specialist commercial and industrial engineering services which is reflected in the company’s continued growth and performance.Our company’s success is based on the extensive experience of our highly skilled staff and tradespeople.“We pride ourselves in exceeding our clients expectations and continually delivering projects on time, within budget and to the highest quality standards.”
Celsius Mechanical Limited,
Unit 3, The Business Centre,
Stadium Business Park,
Email – [email protected]
Tel 01 8665690
Fax 01 8665683
Taken from Building Ireland magazine, July 2016, Vol 2, No 3