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Founded in 1964 in Limerick, Kirby Group Engineering is a leading mechanical and electrical engineering contractor operating across Ireland, the UK and mainland Europe, and directly employing over 1,400 highly-skilled professionals.

Kirby provides full mechanical and electrical contracting services as well as specialist high voltage (HV) and medium voltage (MV) design and construction services to clients across a number of different sectors including Data Centres, Life Sciences, Industrial, Commercial, and Substations and Renewables.


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Kirby have been named one of Ireland’s Best Employers in The Sunday Independent’s annual listing.

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Kirby Group Managing Director, Mark Flanagan, presents Amy Carr, Director of Fundraising and Marketing of Focus Ireland, with a Christmas donation cheque for €50,000

Festive Charity Tradition Continues at Kirby in 2022

Kirby Group Engineering announced it has awarded bursaries to four female engineering students from across Ireland as it works to promote diversity in its industry. The four recipients, Rosa Condori who is a second year student at Limerick Institute of Technology, Zofia Suchan who is in third year also at LIT, Alison Cahill who is a third year student at Technological University Dublin and Ella Peare who is in third year at South East Technological University visited Kirby’s Headquarters in Limerick to mark the occasion. Photo: Andrew Downes

Kirby Promotes Engineering Diversity with New Bursaries

Fergus McFadden - Kirby Business Development Manager

‘Ultimate Hell Week’ Performance Reflects Kirby’s Resilience and Teamwork Approach

L-R: Michael Murray, Ronan O’Neill, Taidgh Dooley, John Davitt, Mark Flanagan, Mark Danaher, David Waldron, Barry O’Brien

Appointments a Further Boost to Kirby for the Future

“(l-r) Group MD of Kirby Group Engineering Mark Flanagan, Kirby EHS Advisor Deise Odaguire, former Galway Hurler and founder of Warriors for Humanity Alan Kerins and Operations Director at Kirby Mikey Ryan at the start of the Kirby Way Cycle 2022 in Limerick.” Photo: Alan Place

Kirby Way Cycle a massive success with over €430k raised

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