Jobs Expo is proud to announce that Suir Engineering will be exhibiting at our Dublin event this October.
Suir Engineering is an Imtech company. Imtech are one of the largest independently owned and managed technical service providers in the UK and Ireland.
Suir Engineering is a leading provider of technical services. The company has over 30 years of mechanical, electrical and instrumentation expertise. Their clients include many blue chip companies in a number of sectors, such as:
The company has undertaken projects at data centres, power stations, pharmaceutical and food and beverage facilities and within the renewable energy industry.
Suir Engineering directly employs a workforce of more than 450 people and has offices in Dublin and Waterford.
Although their primary focus is on the Irish market, the company has also delivered numerous successful projects throughout Europe. In addition, they currently have a strong presence in Saudi Arabia.
Here is a selection of case studies from Suir Engineering’s business in Ireland.
Suir Engineering completed the electrical installation across Glanbia Foods 24,597 square metre state-of-the-art facility in Kilkenny. Works included the installation of the 38kv substation and a wastewater pre-treatment facility with neutralisation tanks.
Suir Engineering provided the technical services for Merck Millipore’s new filter membrane manufacturing facility at Carrigtwohill in Cork. This included power distribution, fire alarms, gas detection systems, instrumentation and controls, process automation and the building management system.
Leitir Guingad Wind Farm
Suir Engineering undertook the full engineering, procurement and construction project for Leitir Gungaid Wind Farm. They were responsible for the installation of ducting and cabling at the newly built substation on-site to enable connection to the National Grid. The team also carried out civil and engineering works to the new 50Mva transformer and WTG Collector system and installed numerous cabling, control panels and earthing systems to the facility.