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Thursday, 11 April 2013

air cool engineering (NI) Ltd makes front page news

Jobs boost at Air Cool

Thursday, 11 April 2013
Jobs boost at Air Cool thumbnailMartin Mullan, Managing Director for air cool engineering (NI) Ltd with Kelley Hasson, Service & Maintenance Manager, air cool engineering (NI) Ltd; Andrew Grant, Project Manager, air cool engineering (NI) Ltd and Mark Johnston, Ulster Bank as they look at the plans for the new offices.
A LIMAVADY based company has confirmed a major expansion - with a new purpose built facility and a jobs boost for the area. Supported by an Ulster Bank investment, Air Cool Engineering NI Ltd, which currently employs 25 people, will now be further expanding its business across the UK and Ireland. The substantial investment in new premises, now under construction on the Scroggy Road, will support the company's ongoing growth - with the creation of more employment opportunities with the company.
The new facility will provide an enhanced trading base for the heating, cooling and ventilation services contractor as well as a call centre to service its UK and Ireland client-base, which includes major retailers and independent businesses from the hospitality, leisure and health sectors.

Once planning approval was received earlier in the year for the 2,000 sq ft investment, the site's development has progressed quickly. Air Cool engineering hopes to open it's new purpose-built offices by early summer 2013.

In addition to construction jobs supported by the development work, the investment has helped secure an additional seven permanent new posts at the company - with further employment opportunities planned once the new purpose built premises are fully operational. Ulster Bank business manager, Mark Johnston, says that the development is positive for Limavady: "We very pleased to support this investment, which will help sustain jobs in construction, and lead to employment opportunities at the business.  “Air Cool Engineering is an innovative company with strong corporate and SME clients across Northern Ireland, elsewhere on the island and elsewhere in the UK. We are confident that the investment will help the firm to continue to develop and grow."

Martin Mullan, for Air Cool Engineering (NI) Ltd says: "By focusing on providing a professional and innovative service and by continuing to develop and export our business skills outside of Northern Ireland, as well as locally, we have been able to grow in a difficult economic environment. As a business from an area hit hard by the recession, we have a social responsibility to develop skills locally and provide opportunities for the talent on our doorstep. We are delighted to continue to invest in Limavady and with Ulster Bank's support, this has allowed the business to grow organically in these tough times."

Currently based at Limavady Business Park on the Dowland Road, Air Cool Engineering was founded in 1998 and today employs 25. It provides heating, cooling and ventilation services to a wide range of business sectors.

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