Sean Canney TD, Minister of State for Natural Resources, is pleased to announce that Golder (Ireland) has become the latest member of Geoscience Ireland (GI).
Golder is a leading, specialized, global employee-owned engineering and consulting firm with over a half-century of service to its clients. Golder’s 6,500+ professionals offer unique skills to address the ever-evolving challenges that earth, environment and energy present to clients and their projects across the world’s major industries.
Golder has over 165 offices in 30+ countries and in 2005, Golder established a permanent base of operations in Ireland. It provides consulting, design, construction & operations support in engineering, environmental, water and strategic planning & management services to the mining, manufacturing, oil & gas, power, transportation, waste, governmental and commercial sectors.
In Ireland, Golder has 23 staff comprising geotechnical engineers, engineering geologists, hydrogeologists and environmental consultants, who provide innovative ground engineering and environmental solutions across the globe. Its Irish teams are currently delivering a diverse range of projects in Norway, Finland, Sweden, Liberia and Bulgaria for a broad client base. Golder is also involved in mining and quarrying projects throughout Ireland.
Welcoming Golder to Geoscience Ireland, Sean Canney TD, Minister of State for Natural Resources, said:
“I’m delighted to introduce Golder as the 37th Member Company of GI. Golder has substantial capacity in geoscience and geotechnical engineering – core skills for the GI network; my Department looks forward to supporting Golder and the GI network in accessing business opportunities in the UK, the Nordics, Eastern Europe, sub-Saharan Africa and Canada. ”