Ardmac Completes Major Rebranding Initiative

19 October 2017

DUBLIN based construction company, Ardmac announced today the completion of a rebranding initiative focused on elevating the company’s vision and mission across all the organisation – in culmination with its 40th anniversary as a leading international specialist contractor.

The rebranding initiative gives Ardmac, who have a broad portfolio of clients in the cleanroom, data centre, fit-out and refurbishment & construction sectors, a new logo and refreshed identity whilst unifying the company image to reflect how the business has evolved, with a much broader offering and greater reach.

Speaking on the new brand identity, Ronan Quinn, CEO of Ardmac, said, “This is an exciting time for Ardmac as we continue to evolve as a company.  It is important that Ardmac retains its established values but at the same time develops a new and modern identity that shows who we are today. The new rebranding reinforces the value we deliver through our comprehensive service offerings in our four sectors of fit-out, cleanroom, data centre and refurbishment & construction.

“Ardmac’s vision is to be the contractor of choice for clients and the employer of choice for great people. We have worked closely with our staff, as well as focusing on our clients to develop a brand identity that represents what Ardmac is about. The rebrand evolution represents our integral values and shows how the firm has grown into a respected multifaceted international specialist construction company.”



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Directors of the Ardmac MBO, Roy Millar, Colm Casey, Ronan Quinn, Alan Coakley, Donal Gargan, Cormac Smyth




Brent Pope, Tom Kelly of EI, Richard Joyce Linesight, Ronan Quinn Ardmac




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