I wish to personally congratulate you and the whole team at Kilgallen & Partners Consulting Engineers for achieving re-accreditation to the Engineers Ireland CPD Accredited Employer standard, the national CPD standard for engineering-led employers in Ireland.
You have been successfully benchmarked against a rigorous standard on all aspects of your CPD policies and processes and you now retain your membership of a network of leading organisations, indigenous and multi-national, which is wholly committed to the continuing professional development of staff.
We encourage you to celebrate this success and we are confident that the structure of the CPD framework will constructively challenge you to continue to promote sustained and structured CPD as an essential foundation for the achievement of both organisational and individual objectives.
Being a CPD Accredited Employer confers many advantages, including the ability to benchmark against other organisations in our annual CPD Employer of the Year Excellence Awards, inclusion on our published register of accredited employers, access to our LinkedIn Group, invites to knowledge sharing events and a free mid-point meeting to ensure that you are keeping ‘on-track’.
Well done again – you should be very proud of this achievement!
Kilgallen & Partners’ design for a new roundabout on the N24 at one of the most dangerous and busiest junctions in County Limerick has been backed by Councillors in the Cappamore-Kilmallock municipal district.
They backed the latest stage in the process to construct a €2 million roundabout at Beary’s Cross on the N24. It connects the R513 Limerick to Mitchelstown Road with the Limerick to Tipperary Road.
Tim Fitzgerald, of the Mid-West National Road Design Office and Kilgallen & Partners Consulting Engineers gave local councillors a presentation on submissions received after it went on public consultation. It will be a four leg roundabout, north and south on the N24 with links to Mitchelstown and Murroe-Boher GAA club’s pitch.
Cllr Brigid Teefy said the progress is “very, very welcome”. “We have been waiting so long for this. It is so, so busy,” said Cllr Teefy.
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