• 4 September 2017

Waterman Moylan moves into new office in Dublin

We are delighted to announce that we have now moved into our new office in Dublin which marks a new era of the planned growth in Ireland.

The newly refurbished office is conveniently located in the heart of Dublin’s business district and is home to our specialist teams of 65 engineers and environmental consultants.

Paul O’Connell, Managing Director of Waterman Moylan, commented; “Due to our expanding workload and as part of our strategic plan to develop our business in Dublin, we required larger premises to service our clients’ needs. Our new office at East Point Business Park offers us the high-quality space we have been looking for with room to support our anticipated growth.”

The Dublin team is looking forward to welcoming existing and new clients to our new offices, located at:

Block S
East Point Business Park
Dublin 3
D03 H3F4

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