6 September 2019 No Comments by The Northern Standard

Peter Hughes

The establishment of a Monaghan base of operations by electrical and mechanical engineering contracting firm MDE Installations represented a huge vote of confidence in the town and county with the challenges of Brexit looming, Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation Heather Humphreys said on Friday. The Cavan/Monaghan Fine Gael TD and Cabinet member was present in the company’s new office facility on the first floor of Bogue’s Business Park on Monaghan Town’s Dublin Road to perform the official opening of the premises, a development that will expand the company’s employment by 100 and deliver 40 new jobs in Monaghan itself.

Founded in 1990, MDE Installations has quickly developed into a major player in electrical and mechanical contracting work across the UK and the Republic of Ireland, handling a broad range of projects across a gamut of market sectors encompassing industrial, commercial, education, utilities and public infrastructure work. Recent developments at the St Louis School in Monaghan Town, the facilities of the Monaghan Ambulance Service, Castleblayney Community College and at the Castle Leslie Estate in Glaslough are among the projects that have benefited from the company’s expertise.

They have also worked on contracts as high-profile and diverse as Drogheda Train Station, Dundalk Train Station, the Scottish Provident Building and the Deloitte and Touche Offices in Belfast and the city’s St Mary’s University and City Hospital, Sligo Regional Hospital, Craigavon Area Hospital…

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