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C+W O’Brien to expand Dublin office and open Cork and Galway offices

Written by Robert McHugh, on 8th Nov 2018. Posted in General

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It was announced today that Award winning architectural practice, C+W O’Brien is expanding its Dublin office and will also open new offices in Cork and Galway in the first quarter of 2019.

The expansion in Dublin and the opening of the two new offices in Cork and Galway was announced at their Christmas party last night (7th November) to a room packed with over 100 of their clients and colleagues.

C+W O’Brien has seen rapid expansion over the course of 2018 due to a large volume of new business in the residential, hotel, fit-out, student accommodation, BTR and data centre sectors.

Alongside the new office openings, O’Brien says that the firm will be increasing staffing in its Dublin office from its current 40 members of staff to 50 by the end of March 2019.

Speaking this week, Principal Director at C+W O’Brien, Arthur O’Brien said, "We are growing exponentially – we currently have about 40 staff in our Dublin office, with two more joining before Christmas. We have brought in expertise from other practices, including two new directors and some very highly skilled people from some of the other top firms in the Irish market. We are keen to bring new skills and strengths to the firm and we are doing so on an almost monthly basis at this point. By March 2019 we hope to be at 50 staff in our Dublin office."

Source: www.businessworld.ie 

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