Mercury is a European contractor that builds and manages complex engineering projects that reimagine how people work and live in the built environment. Mercury’s focus and determination enable it to deliver leading-edge construction solutions across a range of key sectors, including enterprise and hyperscale data centres, advanced technology and life sciences, fire protection, technical support services (TSS), data centre facility management, healthcare and building services.

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Mercury is a full services contractor, providing solutions from design and planning to construction and commissioning using the highest levels of safety, quality and delivery. Mercury also has the ability and capacity to provide management of clients’ facilities postconstruction. The company continues to innovate, making use of the latest in digital technologies and modern methods of construction, such as offsite assembly (OSA). Mercury’s comprehensive OSA strategy and digital-edge transformation programmes aim to ensure its success continues to mount as it steps into the future.

Mercury people

Mercury employs more than 8,500 people, including subcontractors, across 10+ countries throughout the EMEA region. It invests heavily in training and education, ensuring that its people are well equipped to deal with the modern challenges facing the industry.

Mercury health & safety

Mercury is dedicated to achieving the highest possible standards of health and safety.

Safety is embedded in Mercury’s DNA – from design to construction, commissioning, and handover. Mercury’s safety processes ensure clear coordination and communication to enable projects to be constructed safely.

OSA trestles travel across the Mary McAleese Bridge before delivery on a project in Ireland.

Sustainability at Mercury

Mercury is committed to playing a role in contributing to the sustainable development of our planet. In 2020, Mercury launched Our Planet, Our Duty, our plan for responsible business, which is one of the foundation blocks of its Beyond50 strategy.

Following on from this, Mercury recently published its 2021 Annual Sustainability Report, which outlines its four key focus areas of sustainability duties, upon which it has built a meaningful action plan to progress on our journey.

The duties are: ‘Being an employer of choice’; ‘Minimising our environmental footprint’, ‘Maintaining responsible partnerships’; and ‘Local communities’ well-being’.

A Mercury flying or field factory.

No 1: Mercury Engineering

ADDRESS: Mercury House, Ravens Rock Road, Sandyford Business Estate, Dublin 18.

PHONE: 01 216 3000


LINKEDIN: Mercury Engineering

TWITTER: @mercuryeng

KEY EXECUTIVES: Eoin Vaughan, Chief Executive Officer; Managing Directors: Alan Gorman, Alan Clinton, Rory O’Brien, Frank Quirk, Colm Burke, Dermot Gildea, Colin Keane & Tony Duddy; David Byrne, Pre-construction Director; Paul Carthy Director Business Development; Joanne Cluxton, Group HR Director.

KEY ACTIVITIES: General Contracting.

YEAR END: 31/12/2021