Construction BUSINESS

Flynn to Add 50 New Jobs as it Pushes into New Overseas Markets

 Breaking News
  • Construction Companies Turning Again to Apprentices to Build the Future Construction companies are eager to hire apprentices again after the decade decline in apprenticeship registrations has been arrested. A Construction Industry Federation (CIF) survey has found unanimous support for apprenticeships, however 73% of construction companies feel that they are not able to hire an apprentice. According to a survey carried out by the Construction Industry Federation, 23% of [...]...
  • €31 Million Project Secured For Floating Wind Project Off the West Coast A €31 million project has been approved for an ambitious four-year floating offshore wind project. Subject to consenting, it is planned  that a full-scale floating wind turbine be deployed for testing off the west coast of Ireland at a Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) test site near Belmullet, County Mayo, by 2022. The project is [...]...
  • New Opportunities For Construction Companies as Dublin Airport Invests Over €1 Billion in Capacity Expansion Having welcomed 31.5 million passengers during 2018 – a new record – Dublin Airport is currently being expanded to ultimately cater for more than 20 million additional passengers. “We are building an airport to accommodate 55 million passengers a year,” pointed out Brian Collier (pictured above), Head of Construction Procurement at daa (Dublin Airport Authority), when [...]...
  • OPW Prepared For No Deal Brexit “If there is a ‘crash-out’, we will be ready. We are working 24/7,” said Maurice Buckley (pictured), Chairman of the Office of Public Works (OPW) and Vice President of Engineers Ireland, about preparations for installing infrastructure at ports and airports in the event of a ‘no deal Brexit’. “Eighteen separate construction projects are now underway [...]...
  • Irish Builders Face Cost Hikes in UK Materials The vast majority of building materials used in the Irish construction sector are either sourced in the UK or enter Ireland through international distributors in Britain and represent a major risk for the industry, according to executives at the recent National Construction Summit in Citywest, Dublin – writes John Whelan (pictured above). And a huge majority of [...]...

Flynn to Add 50 New Jobs as it Pushes into New Overseas Markets

Flynn to Add 50 New Jobs as it Pushes into New Overseas Markets
November 08
09:32 2018

Flynn, one of Ireland’s leading contractors and fit out specialists, is adding 50 new jobs to its current workforce over the next two years. This will bring its headcount to a total of over 200 by 2021.

These jobs will be based across its Irish operations and in the company’s London office. The new roles will be in the areas of project management, engineering, quantity surveying and specialist IT and construction skills and will have an average salary of €60,000.

The new recruitment drive is part of a move by the firm to grow its service offering in Ireland and to ramp up its well established and thriving construction business. Flynn is the fit-out company of choice for the top tech multinationals which have large European operations in Ireland and of many of Ireland’s leading indigenous companies.

Kevin Flynn, CEO of Flynn Management and Contractors.

Flynn teams are currently working on several projects in hyper scale Data Centres at multiple locations around Europe. The company is aiming to significantly grow its overseas market offering with an ambitious plan to grow its market share in the Nordic states and the UK over the coming three years.

Kevin Flynn, CEO of Flynn Management and Contractors, said: “We have ambitious plans to grow our share of the construction market here in Ireland and to double our revenue from client projects overseas over the coming years. We are particularly excited about the opportunities we see for our business to grow in the Nordic States and the UK in particular.

“We are focused on attracting top-tier talent to our Dublin and London-based teams to help us consolidate and grow our thriving business over the coming three years. At the heart of our business is a firm commitment to genuine collaboration and delivering the optimum outcome for every client and project. We are very proud of the reputation we’ve earned for consistently delivering projects safely, on time and in budget. The high volume of repeat business we enjoy, and the long-term client relationships we have developed, is a testament to the expertise, experience, and ingenuity of our people. We will continue to invest in the best talent so that our reputation for world-class service delivery continues to set us apart in the marketplace.”

About Author

admin

admin

Related Articles


Constrcution Summit

PROMO – Construction Summit 2016 – Sustaining the Momentum

Lean Construction Ireland – Enhancing Ireland’s Competitive Advantage

The Magazine – Construction Business

The Magazine – Construction Summit 2016

The Magazine – Construction Summit

Upcoming Events

  • No upcoming events
AEC v1.0.4

New Subscriber

Subscribe Here



Advertisements