The success of the company in winning new contracts such as Center Parcs Longford, Leanamore Wind farm and Dalry ByPass has led to the happy headache of difficulties in sourcing highly skilled professional staff
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Roadbridge, one of Ireland’s leading Civil Engineering Contractors, and currently in their 50th year of operation, are enjoying continued successes in the winning of new contracts such as, Center Parcs Longford, Leanamore Wind farm, Dalry ByPass, and Thirlmere Link Mains, amongst others.

They have also recently celebrated a successful night at the Irish Construction Industry Awards 2017 having been shortlisted in two categories and winning in both.  These were as follows:

Civil Contractor of the Year: Roadbridge

Peter Byrne of Roadbridge accepting the Civil Contractor of the Year award from Leo Harmon, Director of Harmon Project Advise and Judging Panel Member

Peter Byrne of Roadbridge accepting the Civil Contractor of the Year award from Leo Harmon, Director of Harmon Project Advise and Judging Panel Member

This submission showcases some of Roadbridge’s current projects and outlines the systems have been implemented to remain as one of Ireland’s leading contractors.  Some aspects of their business that were showcased include the commitment to Quality, Environmental, Health & Safety, Plant and Asset Management.

Green Project of the Year: Galway Wind Park

Kim O'Meara of Roadbridge accepting the 'Green Project of the Year' award for Galway Wind Park from John McKeown of Crown Roofing, who sponsored the award

Kim O’Meara of Roadbridge accepting the ‘Green Project of the Year’ award for Galway Wind Park from John McKeown of Crown Roofing, who sponsored the award

This submission was prepared by the ‘Galway Wind Park Delivery Team’ and consisted of SSE, Coillte and Roadbridge.  The judges praised the efforts made on the project to protect the environment, and the implementation of energy saving and carbon reduction practices on the project.  Once operational, this wind park will have the capacity to power over 90,000 homes.

For more information on these awards, please visit http://www.constructionawards.ie

Thanks to ongoing successes at these awards and from consistent high-quality performance and increased volume of work, Roadbridge are currently experiencing the happy headache of sourcing highly skilled professional staff in a competitive market, across Ireland and the United Kingdom, to supplement the 700+ dedicated workforce.

Some of the current vacancies Roadbridge urgently need to fill, according to Recruitment Manager Triona Keating, can be found on the company website via the following link:

http://www.roadbridge.ie/news/careers.aspx

Roadbridge are renowned as a self-performing contractor, and their ongoing triumphs are due to the performance of our employees, in exceeding client expectations, so they welcome all applicants who have the skills, drive and commitment to enable Roadbridge to continue this journey towards operational excellence.

 

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Roadbridge, one of Ireland’s leading Civil Engineering Contractors, and currently in their 50th year of operation, are enjoying continued successes in the winning of new contracts such as, Center Parcs Longford, Leanamore Wind farm, Dalry ByPass, and Thirlmere Link Mains, amongst others. They have also recently celebrated a successful night...