Author: Dominic

Digital Realty opens second data centre in Dublin, Ireland

Digital Realty has opened a second data centre on the Profile Park campus in Dublin Ireland. The new facility is located 30 minutes from Dublin’s city centre and has opened its doors to potential clients in their official data centre opening. Through the opening of this new data centre it is set to bring Digital… Read more »

Facebook to add 1,000 jobs in Ireland in 2019

Facebook is to hire an additional 1,000 people in Ireland over the course of 2019. The extra roles will be created across 60 teams, including the social media giants’ engineering, safety, legal, policy, marketing and sales teams. The roles will based on its Ballsbridge campus which was previously home to AIB. The expansion will bring… Read more »


Data Centre and Air Cooling Systems manufacturer, EDPAC International, has announced the creation of 50 new jobs as An Tanaiste Simon Coveney TD officially opened the company’s newly extended manufacturing plant in Carrigaline, Co. Cork today (Friday). The Irish owned company has an impressive client list, with installations at Doha Airport, Qatar’s Al Wakra Stadium,… Read more »

2019 Irish Construction Excellence Awards

John Paul Construction followed up last year’s success by picking up 3 major category awards at this year’s Irish Construction Excellence Awards at the Mansion House on Friday night. Their winning categories were: Public/Heritage Project of the Year for the spectacular Pearse Lyons Distillery and Visitor Centre, Fitout / Refurbishment Project of the Year for… Read more »

Considerate Constructors National Site Awards

Congratulations to the John Paul Construction site teams from the Morgan Hotel and The National Rehabilitation Hospital (NRH) for their fantastic achievement at the Considerate Constructors National Site Awards in Manchester. The Morgan Hotel received a Gold Award and ‘Most Considerate Site’ runner-up, and the NRH received a Bronze Award. Winning a Most Considerate Site… Read more »

New transatlantic cable may link Republic to US and Scandinavia

A new Facebook and Google-backed transatlantic telecoms cable linking the Republic to the US and Scandinavia could be operating by the end of the year. Irish communications specialist Aquacomms is seeking a foreshore licence from the Government for an undersea communications cable that will come ashore close to Louisburgh in Clew Bay, Co Mayo. The line is part of the Havfrue high-speed… Read more »