• 28 February 2018

Kieran O’Neill joins the Irish Construction Excellence Awards judging panel

We are pleased to see Kieran O’Neill, Senior Health & Safety Consultant in our Dublin team, joining the judging panel of the Irish Construction Excellence Awards.

The Awards recognise performance excellence and reward companies who strive to move the industry forward across the full range of construction disciplines and project categories.

A panel of industry experts from the fields of construction, engineering, design and cost management have been assembled to judge the entries and nominate the finalist teams to face the judges for a presentation and Q&A.

Kieran has over 30 years of experience in industry, and will be judging the Health, Safety & Wellbeing category which recognises companies that demonstrate well-being in the workplace and actively portrays the construction industry as an attractive field to work in.

The winners will be announced at a gala event on 23rd March at the Round Room, Mansion House, Dublin.

To find out more about the Irish Construction Excellence Awards and finalists, please click here.

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