Ethos Engineering To Create 150 Jobs in Ireland

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Pictured above from left are Enterprise Ireland CEO Leo Clancy, Ethos co-founder and CEO Greg Hayden with Ethos Head of People Alison Heffernan.

Ethos Engineering has announced it will create 150 new jobs over the next four years.

The All-Star business said the recruitment drive is part of a plan to double revenues to €30 million by 2025.

Recruitment has already begun for engineers and administrative staff, the Sandyford-headquartered company told The All-Ireland Business Times.

Ethos Managing Director Greg Hayden said: “This major jobs creation and expansion drive comes at a time when demand for our services has never been higher.”

“With a focus on Innovation, Sustainability and Digital Transformation, we want to build on our reputation as one of EMEA’s leading suppliers of Data Centre Mechanical and Electrical Design Consultancy, sustainable commercial and smart fit-out buildings while also leveraging our market-leading expertise at the forefront of green and environmental design solutions across all sectors of the building industry.”

“Support from Enterprise Ireland for our vision has been invaluable.”

Founded in 2005, Ethos is a mechanical and electrical consultancy that provides solutions for a wide range of sectors.

The business currently employs over 110 people, with at least 40 of these having been hired since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.

Ethos Engineering was recently named Dublin Business Of The Year by the All Ireland Business Foundation in recognition of its contribution to trade and commerce in the county.


Pictured above from left are Ethos co-founder and Executive Director, Colm Devin, Alison Heffernan, Head of People, Ethos, Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Leo Varadkar, Shana Singh, Head of Marketing, Ethos, Ethos co-founder and CEO, Greg Hayden, Ethos co-founder and Executive Director, John Coroner.

Speaking after the announcement, Ethos Founder and Managing Director Greg Hayden said: “We are delighted with the All-Ireland Business Foundation’s recognition.”

“Ethos being named ‘The All-Star Dublin Business of the year 2021’ is an enormous validation of the hard work our entire team has put into the business.”

“This Accreditation is a huge endorsement that our business and our people are ‘best in class’ and not only in the sector we operate in.”

“Ethos said the new roles coincide with a restructuring of the business to focus on six key areas, including sustainability and smart buildings.”

The company has designed, delivered and provided master planning services for 45 data centres, including 23 in the Republic.

It has also completed 9.6 million sq ft of office space, 4 million sq ft of mixed-use developments, 8,562 residential units, 7,200 student beds, 2,000 dwellings, 1,700 hotel beds, 1,100 prison cells, 3,000 healthcare beds and 30 operating theatres.

Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Leo Varadkar said: “The announcement of 150 new jobs, in Ireland and abroad, is great news for Ethos and for the Irish construction sector which, after a really difficult period, is growing and will be in high demand for years to come. Congratulations to the team involved and the very best of luck with this expansion.”

To learn more about Ethos Engineering, visit their All-Star showcase page here.