BMC Eirco Refrigeration – setting high standards in HVAC&R

8 Jun , 2022  

Proudly serving their customers for 22yrs, BMC Eirco Refrigeration Ltd is one of Ireland’s leading HVAC&R installation, service and maintenance contractors. They are recognised for their outstanding client support and for the quality of their craftmanship.

“We work for fantastic clients such as Pfizer, Novartis, Logitech, Colso Cold Storage, ALS Life Sciences, PepsiCo, Regus, Solar Winds, Thermo Fisher, UCC, Tyndall National Institute, GSK and Mater Private Hospital,” the company’s HVAC manager David McDonnell revealed to Building Ireland. “Those clients highlight the broad range of sectors we work in; pharma, cold storage healthcare and universities and offices for example.”

Technical ability and excellent craftsmanship are BMC Eirco’s key attributes and is why they have both retained customers and gained new customers over the years. Furthermore, they provide their service professionally, safely and with excellent value for money. The company’s health and safety track records is second to none and they invest heavily in keeping their engineers skills current and their equipment fully certified for the various job tasks. They are also ISO9001 certified.

Based in Little Island the company is under the guidance of directors Michael Barry, Rory Campbell and Kevin Barry. “We provide our services across Ireland and in parts of Europe such as Norway. Business is very busy, and the challenge is to try to keep up with the demand that is out there. We currently employ 20 people with 12 vans on the road. We’re very lucky to have such a great crew, it enables us to continue to meet the demand for our services,” Michael says.

“On the refrigeration side we specialize in lyophilisation and qualified ultra-low temperature rooms like -70C. Our chillers are used for process cooling and cold storage primarily and we have the technical skill certificates and licences in house to work with most refrigerants like HFC’s, HC’s and ammonia systems,” says Seamus Hickey, the Refrigeration Manager.

“Service is a large part of our business, and we have the capacity to service any make of refrigeration, air conditioning or ventilation system,” says Michael.

Partnering with the industries best equipment and materials manufacturers assures their customers that they are receiving the latest technologies with best-in-class reliability and efficiency. Service Level Agreements are customised for each client giving peace of mind in knowing that assistance is always at hand with a 24hr call out service.

“On the air conditioning side, we are a Mitsubishi Electric Business Solutions Partner and a Daikin Premium Partner meaning our customers get 7yrs manufacturer’s warranty with our installations. We’ve always worked with chillers for HVAC cooling but the increase in commercial heat pump enquires confirms that the heating market is moving away from traditional gas and oil boilers into electric,” David mentions.

The importance of ventilation in reducing virus transmission such as Covid-19 and improving indoor air quality is clearly on the map for more people than ever and has resulted in a sharp increase in demand for the services and products that the long-established BMC Eirco are renowned for providing. “During the pandemic, there has been some anxiety amongst our clients,” David reveals. “There has been a need for professional assistance when it comes to advising clients on what they have to do for ventilation compliance in their respective workplaces.”

With new projects, BMC Eirco take time and care at design stage to consider the best solutions and return on investment for their customers. From local businesses to multinationals, they have the privilege of working with a diverse range of clients across a variety of sectors. “We pride ourselves on our service delivery and the high quality of care we use on every job,” David emphasised.

BMC Eirco Refrigeration Ltd

11 East Gate Drive

Little Island


T45 PV34

Tel: +353 21 435 5596

Email: [email protected]

Website: www.bmceirco.com

This article was published in Building Ireland Magazine, May 2022, Vol 8 No 5