Dublin, 5th July 2022 - International building services engineering consultancy, Norman Disney & Young [a Tetra Tech Company] (NDY) has today announced plans to expand its newly established Irish operation with a commitment to build its technical and leadership team by adding up to 20 staff here. NDY is actively recruiting engineers in Ireland, in core engineering disciplines such as mechanical and electrical and in specialist engineering disciplines such as sustainability and digital engineering.
NDY is part of the Tetra Tech High Performance Buildings Group, a collective of building services engineering firms with over 2,000 expert technical staff Worldwide, with operations in Australia, New Zealand, the UK, Europe and throughout North America.
NDY’s newly established Irish operation is focussed on securing significant landmark projects throughout Europe, using local engineering expertise to deliver world class results for their clients.
Welcoming the company’s decision to establish in Ireland, Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment Leo Varadkar TD said “I’m really pleased to congratulate Norman Disney & Young, on this expansion, which will create 20 jobs for Dublin. With the focus of this new venture being on Europe, it highlights Ireland's EU membership and location as a hugely important factor when attracting of FDI to our shores. These new jobs will provide an exciting opportunity for some of our highly skilled engineering graduates who will become part of Norman Disney & Young's worldwide operations. I wish the company all the best with is expansion and continued growth.”
NDY is currently engaged by several high-profile building developers and global tech clients to deliver mechanical, electrical, smart buildings, and sustainability consulting on their new Irish and European projects. One such project aims to be one of the first SmartScore Platinum buildings in Ireland.
NDY’s Dublin based Regional Director for NDY, Mike Arnold, says “Along with driving the uptake of smart buildings technologies, we are helping our clients in Ireland and Europe to be World leaders in decarbonisation of their buildings. We need to bring the best local expertise to support their ambitions.”
Eileen Sharpe, Global Head Growth Markets, Asia Pacific, Engineering Technologies & Green Economy, IDA Ireland said “IDA welcomes this project from Norman Disney and Young a leading consulting and design service firm focused on sustainable and high-performance buildings. The company’s expertise and specialist knowledge will add to the strong sustainability and engineering services sector in Ireland.”
Arnold added “I see a real desire in the local market to deliver better buildings. With our combination of international experience and locally recruited talent, it is exciting to be designing the next generation of buildings in Ireland with sustainability and user experience taking centre stage”
To find out more about current opportunities with NDY visit their careers page: ndy.com/careers