Eoin Vaughan appointed Managing Director of Mercury Holdings

Mercury Holdings, an international mechanical, electrical and fire protection engineering contractor has announced that Eoin Vaughan is the new Managing Director of the Group.

Mercury, which is headquartered in Sandyford Co. Dublin has operations in Ireland, UK, mainland Europe and Russia. It employs approximately 2,500 people and works in the pharma, data centre, semiconductor, healthcare, oil & gas and building services sectors.

While primarily working with blue chip multinational companies it has also been involved in many high profile building projects worldwide, these include Terminal 2 at Dublin Airport, the National Conference Centre, Tate Modern Upgrade in London, Rondo Tower in Warsaw, Bloomberg Offices in Moscow and the Museum of Islamic Art in Doha, Qatar.

Mr Vaughan has worked in Mercury for ten years and in that time he has held a number of senior management roles in both the domestic and international business units.

Mr Vaughan’s primary qualification is in mechanical engineering from CIT. He has a post graduate diploma in project management from UL, an MBA from the University of Manchester and recently completed a leadership programme in Harvard Business School. Before joining Mercury, he worked with Project Management Group and Diamond Engineering in various construction management related roles.

The Chairman of the Board of Mercury, Declan Doyle said Mr Vaughan was extremely well qualified to lead the company into the future.

“Eoin has been with the company for 10 years and has the skills, experience and knowledge required to lead Mercury as the company continues to expand its operations in Ireland, the UK and throughout Europe. Mercury has set the benchmark for excellence as a world class multidisciplinary engineering contractor on an array of profitable flagship projects all over Europe. I am confident that Eoin will build on this track record of success and provide the strong leadership necessary to continue the company’s 40 year history of growth.”