Digital construction technology firm Digital Construction Technologies Group has rebranded as DCT as part of its growth plans to create 50 new jobs over the next four years.
DCT’s ambitious national and international expansion programme aims to expand into new markets in North America and Europe.
DCT empowers construction teams to be more productive with less effort. It designs and builds complex projects for global clients across the mission-critical, pharmaceutical, industrial, healthcare, educational, infrastructure, and global technology sectors. Its digital construction solutions combine virtual technology, information, and people, to deliver award-winning, sustainable construction projects across the globe, reducing overall project costs and delivery time.
As part of its international expansion programme, DCT, established in Ireland in 2018, will fill roles in the areas of digital construction management, BIM coordinators, BIM technicians and project managers. The company employs over 50 staff globally across their strategic locations in Ireland, the UK, Argentina, and Croatia.
DCT is currently engaged in a number of high-tech Irish infrastructure projects, including the Dublin airport upgrades, the National Children’s Hospital and major data centre projects in Germany, Sweden, Denmark, Netherlands, and Poland, along with ongoing projects in Argentina.
Enterprise Ireland support
Working closely with Enterprise Ireland, DCT has restructured and streamlined its business to focus on three key areas of expertise, digital construction management, BIM modelling, and geospatial surveying.
Marko Gasic, Managing Director, DCT Croatia, commented, “These are the key areas that we are seeing an increasing demand for across the construction industry in Europe. With people continuing to work remotely, these services enable businesses to continue to do this whilst sites continue to build on the ground.”
DCT was founded in 2018 by Dublin native Joseph Mady. He has taken the firm from strength to strength, adding he was “excited” by the expansion into new regions.
“Our drive to create jobs and continued expansion even in times of uncertainty demonstrates the incredible demand for digital technology and underlines our commitment to job creation in Ireland,” Joseph Mady commented. “With a focus on innovation, sustainability, and digital transformation, we will continue to build on our reputation as a global leader in delivering our digital solutions to all projects across the data centre, commercial, residential, and pharmaceutical sectors.”
Now in its fifth year, DCT is shaping the future of the built environment with their technology. With the opening of a new office in Croatia, it has most recently founded and launched the Digital Centre of Excellence, a Croatian non-profit organisation that promotes digital solutions for all construction industry processes and projects that is backed by the Croatia government.