STW teams this week will visit two of our recently completed Commercial and Industrial projects.


STW teams visit WuXi Biologics Ireland and Fyffes

STW teams this week will visit two of our recently completed Commercial and Industrial projects.

WuXi Biologics Ireland – EMEA Headquarters. The first Chinese owned Bio-Pharmaceutical production plant in Europe. This €325 million investment at Dundalk Science and Technology Park, offers a daylight filled working environment with wellness at work as a core design consideration and is one of the world’s largest facilities using single-use bioreactor technology.

Fyffes - The new production, distribution centre and headquarters for Fyffes Ireland is the first building in the M1 Business Park in Courtlough. Ground source heat pumps and photovoltaics are utilised to heat and cool the building. They form part of the holistic Sustainable Design Approach, enabling Fyffes to meet NZEB standards and reduce carbon emissions.

As part of our company ethos, the continual development of our team members is of upmost importance to us and visiting completed buildings together is one of the ways valuable knowledge and experience can be shared. We look forward to an exciting day out!

For more information on these projects please contact our Commercial Lead Ronan Phelan or our Science & Pharma Lead Peter Dudley


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