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Engie Buildings Ltd

Focus Education is the consortium which has provided the National Maritime College of Ireland facilities in Ringaskiddy.

It is a consortium currently comprising Engie Buildings Ltd. The inital consortium containing Bovis Lend Lease (a division of Lend Lease) and Bank of Scotland (a division of Halifax Bank of Scotland Group).

The National Maritime College of Ireland was designed and built by Bovis Lend Lease working with BDP Architects and Pierse Contracting. It will be operated for 25 years by Engie Buildings Ltd, the facilities management subsidiary of Engie.

ENGIE is a leading energy and services group employing around 20,000 people in the UK & Ireland across four main divisions – Services, Energy Solutions, Energy Infrastructure and Keepmoat Regeneration.

ENGIE is a leading provider of transformational services designed to improve the performance and efficiency of buildings, industry, infrastructure and cities. Across the public, private and healthcare sectors, ENGIE teams work closely with customers to provide integrated solutions by utilising their strengths in technical services, facilities management and business processes, often combining these with its energy expertise. The operations encompass 14,000 customer sites that include over 1,400 government buildings, 20 hospitals and 8 nuclear power stations.

In every case, ENGIE adds value to customers’ operations while helping to reduce their costs and carbon footprint.