From the 4 April 2016, Dervan Engineering and Cundall officially joined forces in Ireland, taking the Cundall name.
Having collaborated since 2012 on several high profile schemes, including significant data centre projects for Digital Realty Trust and Facebook, Dervan and Cundall have decided to formally unite the resources of the two companies.
Tomás Neeson, Managing Director at Cundall commented, “Working with Brendan and his team over the years, we developed such a close working relationship that it seemed very natural to make the arrangement permanent. Sharing resources and skills with a like-minded group of professionals made complete sense, and will position Cundall Ireland perfectly to operate in a market that has the fastest growth rates of any European country. The new office will also work closely with the existing Cundall Belfast office.”
Brendan Dervan added, “We are delighted to have joined forces with Cundall and look forward to the benefits and support this will bring to the Irish Market. We believe this move will allow us to extend the range and quality of services that we currently provide our existing customers and at the same time, expand our operation enabling us to undertake larger scale projects in the future.”
Brendan Dervan is the Managing Director of the new Cundall office, which is located in Calmount Business Park to the south west of Dublin City centre.
Established in 1999, Dervan Engineering works across education, residential, critical systems and government with particular expertise in heritage projects including the Kilmainham Gaol Visitors Centre which was officially opened by President Michael D Higgins as part of the 1916 Centenary Commemorations. An internationally respected multi-disciplinary engineering consultancy, Cundall has been active in the Irish market for many years, and is currently working on another major data centre in the country.
This year, Cundall celebrates its 40th Anniversary and the opening of Cundall Dublin takes its international presence to 20 offices in 11 countries across the globe.