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Weslin announce 75 new jobs

Written by Robert McHugh, on 30th Dec 2015. Posted in General

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It was announced yesterday that Weslin Construction are helping Maxol deliver over 75 jobs in two new service stations early in 2016. 
 
The county Dublin construction firm have been engaged by the fuel company on their project to build the two stations in Donabate village and on the N3 at Mulhuddart.
 
The Mulhuddart and Donabate stations are both due to open in early 2016.  These will be the third and fourth Maxol stations that have been completed by Weslin Construction with previous projects in Templeogue village and an unmanned filling station on the Dublin Road in Sutton. 
 
Managing Director at Weslin Construction, Aidan Boyle said, "These two sites show our continued commitment to helping Maxol expand their business across Ireland. These sites will not only provide jobs but they will also provide two state of the art stations that will service some of the busiest routes in Dublin."
 
The station at Mulhuddart, with a prominent location on the busy N3 primary route, will be Maxol’s largest development to date.  Situated on 2.5 acres the development, with an investment of over €4million, will lead to the creation of 50 jobs and provide much needed services to the local community in the Blanchardstown area.  The site includes a full delicatessen, a convenience store and two food outlets, which have yet to be announced. 
 
The Donabate station is located on the Hearse Road in the north east of Dublin city.  The development is worth €2million and will create 25 jobs.  The state of the art station will be two storey and include a food café, off licence, in store toilets WIFI and car wash facilities.
 
Source: www.businessworld.ie

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