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ByrneLooby buys Cork engineering firm for 100-job expansion

Half the jobs likely to be located in Ireland

11th August, 2016
Left to right: Former MD of Cronin Millar Adam Cronin, Minister Mary Mitchell O'Connor and Michael Looby

Civil engineering firm ByrneLooby has bought Cork-based Cronin Millar Consulting Engineers in a deal that is expected to create 100 new jobs.

Cronin Millar specialises in the planning and design of ports and harbours and has designed port facilities at Baltimore Harbour Kinsale Harbour.

Jobs minister Mary Mitchell O’Connor said she is “delighted that ByrneLooby is expanding their operation and creating 100 new jobs in Ireland.”

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