Wednesday May 27, 2020

100 jobs secured as Kerry engineering firms successfully exit examinership

Denis Moriarty the Kerries Ltd (DMTKL) and Moriarty Civil Engineering Ltd (MCEL) have emerged from examinership after securing new investment

6th May, 2018
Pat O’Sullivan, a veteran executive with CRH

Kerry-based civil engineering and construction services companies Denis Moriarty the Kerries Ltd (DMTKL) and Moriarty Civil Engineering Ltd (MCEL) have emerged from examinership after securing new investment.

The move secures 100 jobs in the company which works extensively in the wind energy sector.

Pat O’Sullivan, a veteran executive with CRH who has also worked with Kingspan, has agreed to back the company and join its management team. O’Sullivan has previously invested in Barna Waste and Recycling...

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