The Minister for State Dr. Tom Moffat turned the first sod today at DeCare International's new facility in Crossmolina.
It is hoped that the Crossmolina Facility will be up and running by the last quarter of 2002 and will eventually employ approx. 100 staff when running at full capacity.
DeCare are hoping to provide a much needed jobs boost for the area of Crossmolina and North Mayo and with the new facility they hope to build on the success of their current operation in Claremorris.
For more information on DeCare International you can check out their corporate website
|The Minister, Local Councillors, the IDA, Investors, Members of the Crossmolina Community Council, Builders, Local Priest and DeCare Management.|
|Minister for Heavy Machinery ? Minister Moffat turns the first sod.|
|A happy Minister . . . what date's the election on Tom ?|
|Sean McManamon who spoke on behalf of DeCare International |
|Dr. Mick Loftus spoke on behalf of the Crossmolina Community Council|
|Blessing of the endeavor and all those involved in it by the local priest|
|Two generations of the Mulherns - committed investors and constructors of the facility|
|Stephen Maughan of Maughan & Associates, Mullenmore St., Crossmolina - the engineer who designed the facility (and no doubt a very happy man at the birth of his latest building !)|
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