Ireland's largest mechanical and electrical consultancy, Ethos, is to create 150 new jobs as part of its national and international EMEA expansion programme that includes doubling revenues to €30 million by 2025.
The company, which specialises in designing data centres, has a new pipeline of work in Ireland, Germany, the UK, Netherlands, France, Switzerland, Italy, Norway, Sweden, Poland and Kenya.
Ethos said it has re-structured its business to focus on six key areas of expertise, including Data Centre Design, Urbanism, Regional, Sustainability, Digital Services and Global Tech.
The firm wants a new generation of leaders to work alongside the executive management team to help the business scale to its next level of growth and development.
The company already employs a team of more than 110, including 100 engineers plus technical staff.
Ethos founder and CEO Greg Hayden said demand for its services has never been higher.
"With a focus on Innovation, Sustainability and Digital Transformation, we want to build on our reputation as one of EMEA’s leading suppliers of Data Centre Mechanical and Electrical Design Consultancy, sustainable commercial and smart fit-out buildings while also leveraging our market leading expertise at the forefront of green and environmental design solutions across all sectors of the building industry," he said.
Mr Hayden said support from Enterprise Ireland has been invaluable.
Enterprise Ireland's CEO Leo Clancy said, "Ethos is an ambitious and innovative engineering company making significant contributions to the digitalisation and sustainability of data centre construction processes and gaining international customers as a result. We look forward to supporting the company as it continues to grow, expanding into new markets and creating jobs at home in Ireland."