Jones Engineering wins BIM Initiative of the Year for the 2nd year running!

BIM_WINNERS_JONES_ENGINEERING_GROUPLast Thursday, June 2nd at the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Dublin, hundreds of leading construction industry professionals celebrated the outstanding achievements in the sector.  Hosted by the hilarious Irish comedian Kevin McGahern of Republic of Telly, 23 prestigious trophies were presented to the very worthy winners of the Irish Construction Industry Awards 2016.BIM_WINNERS_JONES_ENGINEERING_GROUPOne of the many categories being acknowledged on the night was the BIM (Building Information Modelling) Initiative of the Year. The category was open to any organisation that has pioneered new ways of working within a BIM enabled environment to make project design, delivery and operation more effective.

We were especially keen to win this award having previously won it in 2015. We were thrilled on the night to be announced as winners as we took home the BIM Initative of the Year award for our second consecutive year. A great effort by all and we look forward to next year’s awards to try and complete the hat trick.


Brendan O’Riordan of CITA presenting the BIM Initiative of the Year award to the Jones Engineering Team L-R: Peter Whittle (JEG), Michael Kinsella (JEG), Robert Neville (JEG), Brendan O’Riordan (CITA) and John O’Brien (JEG).



L-R: Peter Whittle (JEG), Michael Kinsella (JEG), Jim Curley, Group Chief Executive (JEG) and Robert Neville (JEG)


L-R: Catriona Gallagher (JEG), Robbie Irvin (JEG), Paul Nicholls (JEG), John O’Brien (JEG) and Kevin White (JEG)


John O’Brien, JEG (back row, 6th from right) representing Jones Engineering Group among the other award winners on the night

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