The new Operations Manager will be responsible to knit together the current structures in place within all departments to enable the Company to grow to the next level.
While current roles are performed adequately within the Company, the new Operations Manager will liaise with design, procurement, workshop and Accounts to ensure these existing processes are performed to maximise efficiency.
He will be required to provide Management with an overview of current projects as well as providing opportunities in new markets through his extensive contacts in the sector.
With increased efficiencies through linking each department together more closely, the Operations Manager will provide the Company with opportunities to increase efficiencies and profitability.
A Key Manager has been co-funded in this company by the European Regional Development Fund and Enterprise Ireland under the Border, Midland and Western Regional Operational Programme 2014-2020.
Aims: To recruit a Key Manager who will bring skills into the company that are critical to future growth.
Results: The Key Manager commenced employment and is contributing to improvements in company productivity and to changes in output to meet defined market requirements.
EMCA continues to support and sponsor local underage football by donating much needed funds and team kit to the Shercock U14 football team. Following a tense and thrilling County Championship final in Kingspan Breffni Park, Shercock U14 defeated opposing team Cornafean clinching the title last year. (Read More)
An innovative eighteen month contract has successfully been completed by EMCA. A complete turnkey solution was provided to Letterkenny Treatment Plant & Sludge Drying Centre comprising of design, control panel build, electrical install, process and SCADA software development, fibre optic installations, commissioning, instrumentation calibration, training and O&M compilation. (Read More)
EMCA have teamed with P&S Civil Works to undertake the mechanical and electrical design element of the Cavan Sewerage Scheme contract on behalf of Cavan County Council & Irish Water. (Read More)
EMCA in partnership with Cavan County Council, have just completed their second year generating power from landfill gas. This project powers circa 300 houses as well as providing revenue streams and environmental efficiencies. (Read More)
Response Group have awarded EMCA a multi-site package of ten waste-water treatment plants and six pumping stations in Southern Ireland. EMCA will design and build the complete electrical, automation and SCADA system for the selected plants. (Read More)
Work has commenced on four new projects for a major UK contractor. Based in Northern and Southern UK under the AMP-6 Framework, these works include water extraction, treatment plants and pumping stations. (Read More)
Irish Water have appointed EMCA to a multi-supplier framework for the provision of water services repair and maintenance works for County & City Councils nationwide. (Read More)
GEA Refridgeration, Kepak, McCabe Feeds and Abcon Ltd are new client acquisitions as EMCA moves into the factory automation and refridgeration sector. (Read More)
EMCA have installed their County wide SCADA system in Irish Water’s Central Control Centre, giving controlled access to the Cavan SCADA system which has 278 telemetry nodes. EMCA have also collaborated with Irish Water to design a customised county wide reporting system enabling specific real time reporting in water production, storage and usage. (Read More)
EMCA have recruited eight new employees due to expansionary moves within the company. Two software technicians, electrical control panel builders, civil works operators and a quantity surveyor and office administrator, joined the EMCA team in recent months. (Read More)
Paul Clarke, Managing Director, was appointed as Chairman of the Regional Judging Panel for Ireland’s Best Young Entrepreneur Competition 2014. The judging and subsequent announcement of the winners took place in the Nuremore Hotel Carrickmacross on November 11th 2014. (Read More)