CJK took part in Construction Safety Week running from the 22nd to the 26th of October. The week saw Toolbox Talks take place on site with a different focus each day, the safety themes of the week were Working Safely at Height, Positive Mental Health, Working Safely Near Utilities, Working Safely with Hazardous Substances and finally, Working Safely with Vehicles. There was a great response from all the team to the various talks throughout the week.
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Tom Coyne as Construction Director of CJK. Tom joined CJK in May 2015 and had been a senior Contracts Manager during that time. Tom has a wealth of experience both in Ireland and the UK. Tom took up his new role on the 1st September and his main tasks will be to support the development of CJK’s growing business whilst at the same time help develop the team.
Ross and the CJK Maintain team recently completed work on Bel Cibo, Greenougue for another satisfied customer. “Service and Quality are a cornerstone of Bel Cibo. Our aim is to focus on our customers and to deliver on our promises. When we needed help in meeting our deadline to open our new Bel Cibo premises in Greenougue, CJK Maintain provided us with the expertise and resources to make this happen. I was delighted to see that Service and Quality are a priority for CJK Maintain also!” Darryl Egan, Bel Cibo.
Conor Kearney and Deborah Tighe, HR manager recently presented to the senior students of Ringsend College about apprenticeships in CJK. It is great to get the opportunity to speak about the electrical engineering industry and provide students with career options that are not just limited to third level education. The students were shown the potential career path of an apprentice electrician. Thanks to Ringsend College for facilitating our presentation. We left the college, confident that there was future apprentice electricians in the room.
CJK’s recently qualified Electrician Marc Stokes pictured here with CJK Director Aidan Bird shortly after receiving his certificate from DIT for his “Best Overall Academic Performance in Phase 6 – Standards Based Electrical Apprenticeship, for the Academic Session 2016-2017”. This was a fantastic achievement for Marc and everybody at CJK was extremely proud of him. We are sure Marc will go on to make a great Electrician and a very important member of the CJK team going forward. Well done Marc!! #CJKEngineering
See attached video of finished project!
CJK recently photographed our ever expanding fleet of maintenance vehicles. CJK Maintain is growing rapidly and the need to have modern vehicles servicing our customers needs is very important to us. Here we have most of the fleet pictured outside our Maintain HQ.
CJK were delighted to recently complete this project for a great client in Irish Commercials. Colman Reynolds undertook the services engineering and the project was a great success all round. The project consisted of the development of a Truck & Bus service and repair facility with associated office and welfare accommodation. The scope of the Electrical Services included:
- Strip out of all existing electrical services within the building;
- ESB connection from existing sub-station on site to a main distribution board with sub-boards throughout;
- GS Throughout the building;
- Lighting & Emergency Lighting;
- Fire Alarm install;
- Data installation;
- Security installation;
- Induction Hearing System.
CJK Engineering recently completed the Electrical Installation on the new Jameson Bow Lane visitor centre. Whilst on the project the staff embarked on operation transformation. They lost a combined 334.5lbs and CJK kindly donated €10 for every lbs lost to Breast Cancer Ireland. Congratulations to all involved!!
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