International construction specialist Ardmac, which employs 300 people and provides specialist construction services to the commercial fit-out, life sciences and data centre sectors, appoints new head of engineering
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Ardmac, the international construction specialist, has announced the appointment of Enda Murphy as head of engineering. Ardmac employs more than 300 people and provides specialist construction services to the commercial fit out, life sciences and data centre sectors.

In his role, Murphy will be responsible for the management and support of the design and engineering department at Ardmac to ensure the timely and innovative delivery of the engineering technical function.

Manage Ardmac’s design and engineering teams


He will manage Ardmac’s design and engineering teams to ensure that technical design and delivery is consistent on projects across the business, while also developing a continuous improvement environment within the organisation.

Enda Murphy

Murphy’s appointment supports Ardmac’s continued growth and market position as a leader in the construction industry. He brings with him more than 22 years’ experience as an engineer. He joined Ardmac from his role as project manager within the industry.

Alan Coakley, MD of Ardmac, said: “We are delighted to welcome Enda to the team at Ardmac. As we continue our focus on working with the brightest employees and ensuring innovative delivery of our projects, Enda’s experience in engineering will be critical to our continued success.”

Enda Murphy said: “I am delighted to join the Ardmac team and look forward to working with our design and engineering teams on the vast scale of innovative and technical projects that Ardmac is involved with across Ireland, the UK and Europe.”

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Ardmac, the international construction specialist, has announced the appointment of Enda Murphy as head of engineering. Ardmac employs more than 300 people and provides specialist construction services to the commercial fit out, life sciences and data centre sectors. In his role, Murphy will be responsible for the management and support...