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Greg Hayden presented with European CEO title

Greg Hayden pictured receiving his award with  Natasha Levanti, Contributing Editor, Infrastructure Intelligence, also in the picture.

Greg Hayden pictured receiving his award with Natasha Levanti, Contributing Editor, Infrastructure Intelligence, also in the picture.

Greg Hayden, founding Managing Director of Ethos Engineering, was presented with the European CEO of the Year 2016 title at the European CEO Awards 2016 in London recently.

Ethos Engineering is one of the leading mechanical and electrical engineering consultancy firms in Ireland. Since Ethos began operations over 11 years ago, it has been involved in an impressive list of projects including over 500MW of data space, 3000 healthcare beds, 30 operating theatres, 25 Linac bunkers, 6,000,000 sq ft of office space, 3000 students beds, 2000 dwellings and 1100 prison cells.

Ethos won numerous awards in the last year such as the CIBSE Employer of the year 2015 for Medium-sized companies for Ireland and the UK; Consultancy of the Year 2015 and 2016 at the Irish Construction Awards 2016; and Innovation in Project Design at this year’s Fit Out Awards 2016.

With over 80 employees, Ethos prides itself on being the company people want to work for, and with. Its aim is to attract and retain the best talent through clear career progression, sponsored further education, mentoring programme, accredited CPD provision and flexible/remote working hours (with half day on Frida).

There are also attractive salary packages, and benefits such as all-inclusive trips abroad at Christmas, frequent social events, annual flu injections, health screenings, in-house nutritionist, and heavily subsidised gym memberships.

Hitachi Kicks off CIBSE YEN 5-a-side

Peter Farrell, Captain, Team Ethos Engineering with Fergus Daly, Hitachi.

Peter Farrell, Captain, Team Ethos Engineering with Fergus Daly, Hitachi.

The inaugural Hitachi-sponsored CIBSE YEN 5-a-side soccer tournament took place recently at the Astro Park complex in Tallaght, Co Dublin. Teams participating included BDP, Ethos Engineering, Hevac, IN2 Engineering, OCSC and Origen. As subs were also allowed a total of 38 players were involved.

The games kicked off at 6pm on two pitches with matches running simultaneously and lasting 10 minutes. This didn’t allow much breathing space between games with several matches running back to back. By the end of the round-robin league with all teams having played each other once, two teams — OCSS and Ethos — were joined on ten points. They then played out a hard-fought final with Ethos emerging popular winners on the night.

After the official presentations pitch side by Fergus Daly, Area Sales Manager, Hitachi Ireland, everyone adjourned to the local Metro Bar to socialise and network.

All credit to Aaron Brogan and Adam Dent, Chair and Vice-Chair respectively of CIBSE YEN for organising the tournament, and indeed for playing as well! “We are delighted with the number of teams that turned out”, says Aaron, “and a special thanks to Hitachi for their sponsorship and support. We’re confident that this will now become an annual event.”

 

Enda Gilroy Joins Ethos Engineering

Enda Gilroy, Senior Mechanical Engineer, Ethos Engineering

Enda Gilroy, Senior Mechanical Engineer, Ethos Engineering

Enda Gilroy has joined Ethos Engineering as Senior Mechanical Engineer. Ethos Engineering is a highly-motivated and driven company, comprising a team of talented, commercially-aware engineers with excellent industry experience.

The Ethos Engineering working environment encourages all staff to approach projects with originality, creativity, common sense and enthusiasm, the objective being to produce designs that are detailed, innovative and practical.

The company prides itself on its “can do” philosophy, and on its in-house LEED, BREEAM, BER and sustainable credentials.

Its excellent client retention, coupled with an ever-expanding new-client portfolio, bears testimony to the importance of these strengths.