Biopharma Engineering to create 70 jobs in Cork and Dublin

Irish-founded engineering design company opens new office in Dublin

Biopharma Engineering employee Eilish Whelan. The company has announced it will create 70 jobs over the next three years.

Biopharma Engineering employee Eilish Whelan. The company has announced it will create 70 jobs over the next three years.

 

Engineering design company Biopharma Engineering has announced it will create 70 jobs over the next three years.

The company, which is headquartered in Cork, opened a new office in Dublin today.

Speaking at the office opening, Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Mary Mitchell-O’Connor said the 70 new positions will be highly skilled graduate jobs.

It is expected that 20 new positions will be created in the Cork office and 50 new positions are being filled by Dublin office.

Founded by John O’ Reilly and Richard Holohan, Biopharma Engineering has doubled its workforce over the last 18 months and currently employs 80 people.

“Our company has delivered capital projects worth more than €500 million for our clients and we continue to scale in terms of markets, capabilities and ambition,” Mr O’ Reilly said.

“The new Dublin offices will enable us to serve our clients better and ensure that we continue to deliver the highest quality engineering design solutions,” he added.