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Please support this Memorial Match for Liam Kealy - an employee of LMC Group who sadly passed away this year and is sorely missed. A team from St. Joseph's GAA Club will take on a team from LMC Group and The Irish Prison Service at 8pm on Thursday May 3rd at Kellyville GAA Pitch in County Laois. Tickets are €20 each to include tea, coffee and refreshments after the game and they are available to purchase from the LMC Group Office. Please contact us on 01 533 4920 to buy your tickets.
The Construction Industry Federation (CIF) established the Building Equality Working Group in late 2017. This group’s key priority is to promote equality of opportunity in the industry and to position construction as a viable and attractive career option for all groups from an early age. The 2018 #BuildingEquality campaign seeks to change engrained perceptions of the construction industry and promote equality of opportunity for all.
LMC is fully supporting the idea and is very proud to have our Associate Director Krystyna Dimtchev as part of the Building Equality committee.
For more information, updates and inspiring stories, please visit the CIF website here.
LMC Group recently bought two defibrillators for our offices. Following on, LMC Group provided defibrillator courses for its employees. The training courses were carried out by qualified instructors in the LMC offices in Dublin and Birdhill in County Tipperary. The AED is an important component in the chain of survival and this practical course taught participants how to use them effectively. These informative courses were very comprehensive and provided hands on training that reinforced skills and expertise. Well done to all of our staff that took part!
We are delighted that LMC Group and our Associate Director Krystyna Dimtchev (pictured) are featured in an extensive article in the new issue of The Public Sector Magazine - titled the 2017 Awards edition. The piece examines the rapid recent expansion of the company and its ambitious and exciting plans for the future, while Krystyna also explains what it is like to work in a male-dominated industry and her concerted and ongoing efforts to promote and help other women working in construction. Krystyna was a finalist in the prestigious 2017 Irish Building & Design Woman of the Year Awards. Read The Public Sector Magazine article in full on pages 258 and 259 here.
LMC Group Financial Manager Susan Carry has been treated in St. James's Hospital and she wanted to fundraise for their Gynae Cancer Care Lymphoedema Appeal. Encouraged by Susan, a large team of LMC colleagues recently took part in the Adare To Survive Obstacle Challenge and raised sponsorship, while other businesses also made donations to the cause. The final total was matched by LMC Group and it resulted in a cheque for €12,000 that was donated to this worthy appeal. Pictured are Dr. Noreen Gleeson with Susan Carry and Stephen McConnell of LMC Group. Read the full article about Susan's story and the fundraising drive here.
LMC Group recently organised another two days of Staff Volunteering. We all worked as part of a team to help paint the North Tipperary Children's Services building in Nenagh in County Tipperary. The North Tipperary Children's Services Early Intervention and School Age teams are committed to working in partnership with the families of children with disabilities and/or developmental delay in order to minimise the impact of disability and to maximise all opportunities for growth and development. The project was a great team bonding experience and we were delighted to be able to help such a great cause. Well done Team LMC!
LMC Group is delighted to Partner CIF Construction Safety Week from Monday October 23rd to Friday October 27th 2017. To check the activities that we are undertaking during the Initiative, please visit the CIF website here.
LMC Group is proud to announce that we won a Distinction Award at the recent 26th annual National Irish Safety Organisation (NISO) Awards. Well done to all of our team!
Rising from the ashes of the Celtic Tiger to becoming one of the most successful engineering companies in Ireland - Construction Network Ireland recently sat down with Stephen McConnell and Martin Lydon to chat about their incredible journey to date and what lies ahead for the LMC Group. Read article here.
LMC Group was delighted to enter a team in to the Adare to Survive charity event in County Limerick on Sunday September 24th. Adare To Survive is an annual 7.5km military-style obstacle challenge that is set in Adare’s Clonshire Equestrian Centre. Competitors were invited to 'Endeavour, Endure and Enjoy' and it was a unique physical challenge that was not for the faint-hearted! It was a great team-building exercise. We were delighted to raise some much needed funds for the Gynae Oncology Unit in St. James Hospital in Dublin - our Chosen Charity for 2017. The team is still fundraising and when they reach their total, LMC Group has promised to double the amount raised. Keep an eye out for further news announcements.