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NCE100 profile | ByrneLooby

ByrneLooby has come a long way since its founding in 1998.

The leading international consulting engineering firm has offices in the UK, Ireland and the Middle East, has won numerous awards along the way and takes pride in the hundreds of projects it has been involved in. 

Its success is not driven by numbers, however. Instead, they credit their people as being the motivation behind their accomplishments. Not only do they continuously work to attract extremely talented staff, but in a market where there is immense demand for highly talented people, every effort is made to retain them too. 

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The culture at ByrneLooby surrounds three core pillars; technical excellence, commitment to clients and investment in people, the latter being the thread linking all three together. While the company understands the importance of all staff receiving tailored development, ByrneLooby believes ongoing training is just one spoke in the wheel of the company’s success. Employees are provided with an enjoyable, safe environment where they are given high levels of autonomy and the freedom to make an individual contribution. 

ByrneLooby works with its employees to understand their core interests and career ambitions, mapping out routes to help reach these goals. A recognition awards programme has been implemented to recognise technical excellence, client commitment and outstanding achievement, while a flexible working arrangement and fully funded sports and social club have also been embedded to promote a healthy work/life balance.

ByrneLooby believes a high level of employee satisfaction is key to delivering optimum service to clients, and therefore works to create a motivating workplace, while providing support and encouragement to promote a strong client interface, which is the heart of the organisation.

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