H&MV engineering to create 700 jobs in new Limerick HQ

The new positions will be created in the coming five years and most will be based out of Ireland


H&MV, an engineering company, plans to generate employment opportunities for 700 individuals after establishing its new worldwide headquarters in Castletroy, Limerick. With aspirations to expand its team, the company aims to surpass a workforce of over 1,400 employees.

The newly established global headquarters will spearhead its worldwide growth strategy, resulting in the generation of 700 job opportunities within the next five years. Out of these, 400 positions will be situated in Ireland.

The company’s latest declaration comes after its Dublin office experienced growth in the past year. Additionally, a new office was established in Thurles in 2022, and there are plans for an expansion of the Cork office by the end of 2023.

Having recently celebrated 25 years in operation, H&MV has expanded its services to cater to clients in the data center, renewable energy, and utility sectors. It operates from various locations, including Ireland, the UK, as well as across the Nordics, the Netherlands, Germany, and South Africa. In addition to its Irish offices, H&MV Engineering also maintains international offices in London, Glasgow, Frankfurt, Oslo, Madrid, Hosur, and Bangalore.

H&MV CEO, PJ Flanagan, expressed that the establishment of their new global headquarters is the most recent expansion milestone for the company since its inception in 1997. He emphasised that the new headquarters will serve as the foundation for the company’s upcoming growth phase, both domestically in Ireland and on an international scale.

Flanagan eagerly awaits the arrival of employees and clients at the new headquarters in Limerick. He looks forward to witnessing the future developments and achievements of the business as they embark on the next chapter of growth in the coming years.

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