The H&VM business case explores how investing in people builds sustainability and creates stakeholder value.
Limerick Leader features H&MVs way to drive sustainability through people.
H&MVs expansion comes after a 2015 management buy out.
H&MV is committed to driving growth through core values that will foster their expansion.
The company plans to increase its workforce in Ireland and internationally
In Ireland, their focus is on government financed infrastructure projects including projects that improve access to regional locations.
This will strengthen H&MVs local presence.
Internationally, they work for major turnkey projects in Europe and ambitiously expanding into new markets and territories.
This will strengthen H&MVs international presence.
People Drive Sustainability
H&MV management claim that people drive success.
Therefore their core values are:
- Working Safely
It’s all about PEOPLE.
H&VM operates its own training centre where they offer accredited specialist courses that enhance the ability to deliver their own tailored apprentice and graduate development programms.
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Leo Varadkar is in Limerick today for a jobs announcement at H&MV Engineering in Plassey TAOISEACH Leo Varadkar has hailed a Limerick engineering firm, which is doubling its workforce, as “one of the great success stories of the Mid-West”. Mr Varadkar is at the headquarters of H&MV Engineering in Plassey this Friday lunchtime, where the company is announcing 150 new jobs, to bring the number of people it employs locally to 300. Set up in 1997, H&MV is a specialist in high voltage transmission and distribution systems. Its expansion comes after a 2015 management buyout of the firm led by its now chief executive PJ Flanagan and executive director John Stokes. Mr Varadkar said: “Innovative, indigenous companies like H&MV are a driving force in the Irish economy. The Government has very ambitious plans for the Mid West region. I am committed to the construction of the M20 between Limerick and Cork. Taoiseach hails Limerick engineering firm as one Mid-West’s ‘great success stories’
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