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QUARTET OF PROMOTIONS FOR LEADING GEOSPATIAL FIRM

Murphy Geospatial, which has offices in six countries across Europe, has promoted Paraic Quirke, Paul Kearney, Colin Simpson and Trevor Moore into associate director positions. Niall Murphy, director of Murphy Geospatial, said: “These individuals have demonstrated great commitment throughout their years with the company and are contributing factors in the company’s success and growth.

“Their skills and wealth of experiences will support and bring Murphy Geospatial closer to achieving our vision of being first-choice partner for geospatial certainty. Our team is hugely important to us and we encourage all employees to be ambitious, helping them gain the skills to thrive personally and professionally.

Quartet“As a business we offer a range of services across the construction lifecycle, and support and develop our people to explore their career path and gain a breadth of experience and skills across our business. We actively create an open and supportive environment that inspires and empowers people to grow – and these promotions are an example of that.”

Colin Simpson has spent more than a decade at Murphy Geospatial while Trevor Moore joined the firm in 2012 in a head of infrastructure role and now focuses on geospatial business development. Paraic Quirke has worked at the firm since 2017, managing the innovation and R&D department from its Kilcullen office in Ireland and Paul Kearney has over four years’ experience at the firm.

Niall added: “Developing our people is of huge importance to us and we are delighted to see Paraic, Paul, Colin and Trevor take up their new roles within the business and look forward to their involvement in driving our operation forward.”

Murphy Geospatial employs around 300 people across offices in six countries and works with its clients to capture, collate, verify and govern geospatial data, allowing them to reduce risk and make strategic decisions with confidence.

Denise Maguire   Editor of Irish Construction Industry Magazine

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