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LMC Group is delighted to have delivered a consignment of Bathroom Pods to the Rathdown Road Student Accommodation Site in Dublin's City Centre on time and as scheduled. This project is part of our company's ongoing collaboration with Walls Construction.
Due to continued expansion, LMC Group has vacancies for an Electrical Maintenance Technician and a Technical Support Engineer - both based in our Dublin office. Find the full job descriptions and apply with a CV and Covering Letter in our We Are Hiring section.
We are delighted to have delivered our first load of Bathroom Pods - in conjunction with BAM Ireland - to the Westwood Student Accommodation site in Galway.
Watch Virgin Media Television reporter Eric Clarke's clip about this week's announcement by LMC Group that it is set to create 200 jobs in Nenagh in County Tipperary here.
LMC Group is delighted to announce that its Modular Manufacturing Division is to take over the former Procter & Gamble factory in Nenagh in County Tipperary and plans to expand its workforce by more than 200 people.
We currently employ more than 100 people at our facility in Birdhill in Tipperary, but demand for our products has meant that we will expand our workforce over the next three years.
We plan to move from building modular rooms to full turn-key housing solutions over the next 12 months in our new Nenagh facility.
Tipperary Labour TD Alan Kelly welcomed the good news for the local economy and said that the company had been planning to expand in Limerick, but had been convinced to instead invest in the new site in Nenagh.
Martin Lydon of LMC said: “It is a testament to the versatility and hard work of our current staff that we have decided to expand locally - the goodwill of the local Tipperary people combined with the support of Tipperary County Council, the planning office and the recent engagement of Enterprise Ireland have all combined to make the expansion to Nenagh the perfect fit for LMC.”
Stephen McConnell of LMC Group added: “The Infrastructure in Nenagh combined with its long successful history in manufacturing and access through the M7 to the national motorway system makes Nenagh the perfect location for LMC.”
Photograph: LMC Group's Martin Lydon and Stephen McConnell with Deputy Alan Kelly at the new facility in Nenagh.
LMC Group is delighted to be included in the Top 20 of the Top 20 Performers of the Year 2018 (Irish Specialist Services Sub-Contractors category) by Irish Building Magazine and Linesight. Find more information on page 17 of the latest digital edition of Irish Building Magazine here.
Last year saw LMC Group celebrating its 10th anniversary. Established in 2008 by Martin Lydon and Stephen McConnell, the firm started off with a headcount of four employees and has grown to become one of the leading engineering, facilities management and manufacturing companies in the country with more than 200 employees. Read a profile about the company's history and future ambitions in a new article on pages 144 and 145 in the latest edition of The Public Sector magazine here.
We are delighted to reveal that LMC Group has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Sub-Contractor Of The Year (Large) Category at the 2019 Irish Construction Industy Awards. The winner will be announced at a black-tie gala awards ceremony on Thursday June 13th in The CityWest Hotel in Dublin. Wish us luck!
April 2019 is Stress Awareness Month. Many of us are faced with stress every day, but we might not know how to deal with it. It is important to learn how to handle stress because it can affect our performance and relationships in our work and home. At work, stress can lead to distraction and cause an unfortunate accident. At home, stress can put a strain on family relationships.
The first step to managing stress is to identify your "stressors" - those things that are making you react.
Think about the situations in your life that cause you stress. Are they important or unimportant? Are they controllable or uncontrollable? If they are controllable events, you can take action to change the situation. If they are uncontrollable, you can use your skills in acceptance, attitude and perspective to reduce the stress.