Townmore has announced that a robust pipeline of work for 2020, worth an estimated €130 million, has put the company on track to generate 90 new jobs in Ireland. The firm has recently undergone a new rebrand, a move that was launched by Townmore’s newly-appointed Managing Director, James Godley, recently. Speaking about the move, Godley said: “It is a fantastic challenge for me to be at the helm of a dynamic organisation with a very bright future. My role now is to build out processes that I have used extensively over the last few decades to provide a lean construction group that will enable growth at scale for the future.”

Speaking about changes within the company, Godley points out that “Over the past decade, Townmore has earned a reputation across the industry for being a great place to work and this is critical to us. We have invested heavily in our people by selected training initiatives to upskill our dedicated staff, graduate programmes for the future of the company and to combat the current skills shortage and inhouse training to share the extensive expertise available within the company.”

Denise Maguire        
Editor of Irish Construction Industry Magazine