Jones Engineering Announces Three New Senior Appointments
(L to r): Robbie Irvin, Director, Jones Engineering; Paul Nicholls, Director, Jones Engineering; and Stephen Anderson, Director, Jones Engineering.
Following sustained and continued growth, particularly in the mission-critical, life science and building services sectors for multinationals, the board of Jones Engineering has announced three new senior management appointments.
Paul Nicholls, Stephen Anderson and Robbie Irvin have been appointed to the board of directors of Jones Engineering.
Each of the new appointees has worked for Jones Engineering for over 20 years.
Paul Nicholls joined the Jones Engineering team as a project engineer in 2000. His exceptional attention to detail and his exemplary leadership style were recognised very early on. He has delivered some of the most advanced and complex in the company’s history, particularly in the building services and healthcare sectors, and has overseen an impressive period of growth. His track record speaks for itself, and he brings a wealth of knowledge filtered through a fresh perspective.
Stephen Anderson also joined Jones Engineering in 2000 as an engineer. Since then he has delivered a number of our flagship projects in the life sciences sector, including Pfizer Grangecastle, BMS Cruiserath Biologics, Janssen BioCork 2, Janssen Geel – Belgium and MSD Swords. He was instrumental in the set-up of Jones’ specialist rigging division, which offers specialised lifting, installation and relocation of industrial plant and equipment in Ireland and across Europe.
Robbie Irvin, a time-served craftsman and a qualified engineering technician, joined Jones Engineering in 1992. His expertise particularly lies in large-scale, mission-critical, healthcare and building services projects. In the past, he has served on the Solas Electrical Apprenticeship Standards Development Group and is currently sitting on the Contracts sub-Committee in the CIF. His career progression within the company means he brings a particular grassroots perspective.