CJK Complete Electrical Install in New Epic Museum CHQ

EPIC Ireland is described as an interactive visitor experience celebrating the global journeys and influence of the Irish disapora. It opened to the public on May 7 after an official launch by Mary Robinson, the attraction is set in the brick vaults of CHQ on Custom House Quay.It is entirely privately funded, developed at a cost of €15 million by Neville Isdell, former Chairman and CEO of Coca Cola and member of the Irish diaspora. Designed by Event Communications, the award-winning designers of Titanic Belfast, EPIC Ireland aspires to tell the story of “10 million journeys”, with galleries organised into themes of migration, motivation, influence and connection.

CJK were delighted to have been a part of this historic and exciting project and completed all the electrical installation work associated with the hugely impressive galleries and displays. Congratulations to all the CJK staff on the project!