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VIDEO: Gazeley G-Park Biggleswade

Check out last week’s drone footage of the Gazeley G-Park in Biggleswade where King & Moffatt are carrying out the mechanical and electrical installation in the delivery of two new distribution facilities.   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QyxxBD0PDm8

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CASE STUDY: Scan to BIM

Three weeks ago we were approached by an existing client to complete an electrical upgrade to one of their facilities. The only available drawings were generated by hand in May 1976 according to the title block. We agreed this would be the perfect project for “scan to BIM”. We used a Trimble scanner and scanned the buildings and then generated an architectural & structural model of the existing facility. A...

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VIDEO: Combilift Manufacturing Facility

Check out our new video showcasing King & Moffatt's installation on the new Combilift Manufacturing Facility! Get a look inside Ireland’s largest single manufacturing plant under one roof. It is a project we are immensely proud of - a world class facility for a truly excellent client. https://youtu.be/_ClEndwed84

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Apprentice of the Year Winner – Sean Hoey

On Friday night, Sean Hoey brought home the “Apprentice of the Year” award at the National Electrical Awards 2018, which was held in the Mansion House, Dublin. Everyone here at King and Moffatt is extremely proud of Sean’s fantastic achievement. We pride ourselves on the diligence and professionalism of all our apprentices, and this recognition further supports what we have been saying for years, that we are home to the...

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Apprentice of the Year Finalist – National Electrical Awards

Congratulations to our final year electrical apprentice Sean Hoey on being shortlisted for "Apprentice of the Year" in Ireland's National Electrical Awards 2018. It is a great achievement and well deserved!

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Deloitte Best Managed Companies Award for third year running!

King and Moffatt Building Services are proud to have been named on the Deloitte Best Managed Companies Awards list for the third year running at the Gala Awards ceremony in the Dublin Convention Centre last Friday.

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Virtual Reality – BIM

We have introduced Virtual Reality to our BIM projects in both Ireland and the UK. This enables the client, or anyone involved in the works, to navigate around the actual life-sized 3D model of the project. As well as being an enjoyable experience it removes most of the guesswork that can be associated with a traditional 2D project. Using the VR technology means everybody can see exactly what the finished...

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G-Park Biggleswade

King & Moffatt Building Services have been appointed to carry out the mechanical and electrical works in delivering two new distribution facilities at G-Park Biggleswade in Bedfordshire. The first facility will consist of 97,500 sq ft of warehouses and offices, and a further 105,000 sq ft unit will be located on the adjacent plot. The site will have unrivalled sustainability features including rainwater harvesting, high efficiency LED lighting and office...

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FiftySevenEast Dalston – ICE Awards Finalist

Our sincerest congratulations go out to Bennett Construction! The recently complete FiftySevenEast luxury apartment building in Dalston, London, has been nominated in the "International" category in this year's Irish Construction Excellence Awards. King and Moffatt are very proud of the role we played on this Design and Build project, being responsible for the full Mechanical, Electrical and Fire Protection scope. The building really is an impressive sight both inside and...

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Careers in Construction Event

King and Moffatt Building Services were delighted to attend the “Careers in Construction” event in Athlone today, hosted by the Construction Industry Federation and the Midlands Regional Skills Forum. It was great to see and meet so many secondary school students considering a career in construction. The future is bright. In attendance today were Mark O'Shea, Sinead Reilly, Pat King and Ciaran King.

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