Published On: Mon, Dec 7th, 2020

ENGIE Impact’s RED acquires Callaghan Engineering

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, a company of Impact, has acquired Irish engineering consulting firm Callaghan Engineering, for an undisclosed price.

Callaghan Engineering, which operates out of Dublin and Cork, offers multi-discipline professional engineering design, validation, procurement, and also project and construction management services.

The company also has specialised expertise in the pharmaceuticals, data centre, and medical services sectors, which is expected to expand the existing experience of RED.

RED comprises specialist building services and information and communications technology (ICT) engineers. Alongside Callaghan Engineering, it will support firms with complex challenges in carbon intensive sectors, which are expanding operations in increasingly.

Ian Whitfield – CEO of RED said: “As an extremely well-respected and established firm, Callaghan will help us strengthen relationships with organisations locally, particularly in the process engineering, critical facilities, pharmaceuticals and medical device sectors.

“We see a natural fit between RED and Callaghan Engineering and together, under the ENGIE Impact umbrella, we look forward to fulfilling our mission to help global organisations accelerate their sustainable transformation and create a future that combines positive economic and environmental outcomes.”

ENGIE Impact’s RED acquires Callaghan Engineering

ENGIE Impact’s RED acquires Callaghan Engineering. Image courtesy of ENGIE Impact.

According to ENGIE Impact, the strong client base and considerable local footprint of Callaghan Engineering will fit together with the existing RED business structure and service offering.

Besides, Callaghan Engineering offers complimentary technical capabilities, while offering a springboard for growth into crucial sectors, said ENGIE Impact.

Donal O’Callaghan at Callaghan Engineering said: “With RED, we see more opportunities to support organisations by leveraging valuable technical expertise and experience to realise ambitious plans for zero-carbon-built environments. It’s a truly exciting time for our teams and our clients.”

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