Suir Engineering have been recognised by the Client MSD, CMT Jacobs and PM Group for our exceptional Quality Standard to date on the MSD Swords project achieving 64 client walkdowns to date with Zero defects. Photographed is Damien Maloney (JV QA Manager) presenting quality award to Dave Flanagan (PM Suir Engineering) and Rory McMahon (QA Manager Suir Engineering)
Suir are just 4 weeks on site at the new Wuxi project in Dundalk, Co. Louth. In this short time Suir employees have received several awards for safety observations (SOR) and quality SPA’s.
Employee Benny Kavanagh intervened when he observed a generator positioned directly outside a cabin with the exhaust located underneath the window. The generator was immediately relocated . Well done Benny, keep up the good work
Employee Chris Waldron did a scaffold check before entering his designated work area. He noticed it was out of date and could not be used. He raised the issue and it was addressed immediately. Again great work Chris keep your observations going.
Both Benny and Chris received vouchers for their efforts. Also Suir employees Chris Sheehan and Eoin Lynch were complemented on their SPA by Jacobs safety.
Suir Engineering were delighted to be awarded the best maintained compound at the Pfizer Newbridge Site recently. Congratulations to Lar O’Brien Suir Engineering Site Supervisor and his team for this award.
Photographed from left to right are:Liam Moran-Suir, Karen Donohue Pfizer-EHS, Lar O’Brien-Suir, Deirdre McDermott -Pfizer EHS, Colin Ward-Suir, Liam Ryan Pfizer Engineering Director, Brian Orr -Suir, Jack Delehunty -Suir and Leo Kelly-Pfizer Engineering lead
We were delighted to have won the Dalkia International Business award in Paris last night. Andrew Norris received the award on behalf of Suir Engineering from Dalkia CEO Sylvie Jéhanno Photographed below: Mick Kennedy Suir Engineering MD , Sylvie Jéhanno Dalkia CEO, Andrew Norris Suir Engineering Continuous Improvement Manager , Fabien Bremont Dalkia International Director and David Phelan Suir Engineering Business Development Director.
Lean Construction: Making the Difference at Suir Engineering
Join us on 16th January @ 18:00 in WIT Arena for a Seminar on Lean Construction. Like all sectors, Construction has its own set of specific challenges to be faced. Some examples of these include project delays, shortage of skilled workers and increasingly complex projects. Good communication and a focus on continuous improvement is critical. Lean Construction thinking and practices provide the construction sector with the perfect methodology to help free itself from many of its daily challenges and frustrations. Delivering the seminar on behalf of Suir Engineering are Leo Doherty and Johnny Crowley who are currently part of the company-wide Lean roll-out program within Suir Engineering.
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Suir Engineering, has just announced that it plans to establish an operational footprint in Denmark in 2019. The company will trade under the name ‘Suir Engineering ApS’ and will use its location as a springboard to grow its business in the broader Scandinavian market in the coming years.
The company made its announcement while attending ‘Datacloud Nordic 2018’ in Copenhagen on November 20th. Speaking about the announcement, David Phelan (Business Development Director) says “This announcement comes two years after the business commenced operations in Sweden and is the next step in our strategic plans to establishing a strong presence for Suir Engineering in Scandinavia.”
Commenting further on what was a very successful week for the company Phelan states: “Our announcement at DataCloud was positively received and during our visit we were delighted to have a reception hosted by the Mayor of Aabenraa, Mr. Thomas Andresen. We have also received fantastic support from ‘Invest in Denmark’ and ‘Enterprise Ireland’, both of whom have fully supported our expansion plans.”
Suir Engineering specialises in the delivery of electrical and mechanical installations and already has a track record in the delivery of multi-million euro projects across Europe. The company is focused on developing its services within the datacentre and pharmaceutical sectors and is currently pursuing a large pipeline of business locally in Denmark.
As a result of its expansion, the company will see employment at its Irish and Danish offices grow by 65 employees. The company currently employees 890 people.
David Phelan – Suir Engineering, Jesper Kjaegaard – Aabenraa Kommune, Jorn Thorgard – Invest In Denmark, Paul Cremmins – Suir Engineering, Martine Reinhold Kildeby – Invest In Denmark, Karin Angus – Enterprise Ireland Nordic Region, Ulrik Fleischer Michaelsen – Njord Law Firm.
For further information on this announcement please contact: David Phelan Email: email@example.com