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ESB International open offices at Dublin Airport

Written by Robert McHugh, on 12th Apr 2017. Edited on 13th Apr 2017 Posted in General

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It was announced today that ESB International is to recruit 150 high skilled professionals over the next three years.
 
Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade Charlie Flanagan TD has this morning opened ESB International’s new offices at One Dublin Airport Central and hailed the ambition of the 725-stong engineering consultancy to further expand its workforce and global reach.
 
Minister Flanagan was taken on a tour of the award-winning building by ESB Chief Executive, Pat O’Doherty and Managing Director of ESB International, Ollie Brogan during which he was informed of new contract wins of €11m in Africa, the Middle East, Europe and with international funding agencies. 
 
The new building’s world-class environmental credentials has been recognised with award of the highest ‘platinum’ level sustainability accreditation of  Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED), making it the first such award in Ireland for a ‘core and shell’ building. 
 
Speaking today, ESB Chief Executive, Pat O’Doherty said, "For the last four decades, ESB International has exported skills and ingenuity to 120 countries around the world. It isn’t just this engineering expertise that distinguishes ESB International from our competitors, but rather a culture of solving problems and sharing knowledge that is rooted in ESB’s DNA and driven by a desire to drive progress and growth in the communities we serve."

He added, "Today’s office opening in the heart of Dublin Airport Central opens an exciting new chapter as we rise to the global energy challenges of the coming decades."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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