Sunday May 31, 2020

Precision is a family affair

Following the closure of the engineering company in which he had worked for nearly 40 years, David Walsh was determined not to see the rest of his working life spent in a dole queue.

16th July, 2011

Following the closure of the engineering company in which he had worked for nearly 40 years, David Walsh was determined not to see the rest of his working life spent in a dole queue.

Drawing on his vast experience, he decided to open his own precision engineering company in Waterford city along with his two sons, Jason and David jnr.

Starting out as a marine engineer in 1969,Walsh progressed through the ranks to become managing director...

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