A hat trick for Atkins!
Atkins win Engineering Practice of the Year Award for the 3rd year in a row
Atkins Ireland have won the award for Engineering Practice of the Year 2016 at the Irish Building and Design Awards ceremony which took place on Friday 22nd of April in the Ballsbridge Hotel, Dublin.
Tom O’Malley, managing director Atkins, said ‘Our success in this competition, for the third year running, is a fantastic achievement and is a recognition of the great people that we have who continue to deliver excellent work for our client base.’
More than 500 people from the world of Engineering, Architecture, Construction and Design attended the biggest annual awards ceremony in the industry, to enjoy the wonderful social occasion, to recognise and acknowledge the best in Ireland’s Building & Design projects over the last 12 months.
The Atkins Ireland success story has continued as the market in Ireland continues to grow. Martina Finn, technical director Atkins, said that ‘Our impressive range of projects in Ireland showcases our diverse and truly multidiscipline engineering capability. We have a desire to challenge the norm, working effectively with our clients from our offices in Dublin, Cork, Galway and Belfast.’
Atkins is one of the world’s most respected design, engineering and project management consultancies. Fidelma Lucey, associate director Atkins said ‘Together with our clients, we’re always striving to find better ways to get things done. Atkins is uniquely positioned to deliver outcomes for our clients that help to enrich people’s lives.’
Photo Details – L-R – Denis Crowley director, Atkins; Garrett Hayes associate director, Faithful+Gould; Kieran Boyle associate director, Atkins; Tom O’Malley managing director, Atkins; Martina Finn technical director, Atkins; Micheál McKittrick, associate director, Atkins; Fidelma Lucey associate director, Atkins; Tim Brick executive director Irish Academy of Engineering and Marty Whelan awards MC.