Grant Engineering opens €14m expanded facility
Taoiseach says his ‘vision for the future of the midlands’ begins with companies such as the Co Offaly plumbing and heating business
Grant Engineering, a Co Offaly business specialising in plumbing and heating, has opened its extended facility following a €14 million investment.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar formally opened the upgraded facilities in Birr this afternoon. The expansion was announced in 2016 in response to increased demand for the company’s products locally and internationally.
“My vision for the future of the midlands begins with companies like Grant Engineering. They have developed a 21st century facility for state-of-the-art,...
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