- "The demand for our services seems to be constantly growing since we started the business."
- "The business started out as three business partners, to date we hired eight additional staff."
QMAC Contracting Limited is a leading provider of design/installation/ maintenance solutions to the electrical engineering industry across both Ireland and Europe. With multiple years of experience, this company strives to deliver the highest quality of work across all aspects of the electrical industry.
“Residentially we work on a lot of housing developments, renovations of existing domestic premises, new builds and private dwellings focusing on the first and second fix commissioning of wiring,” said Andy Quigley.
“We have been in business since December 2021, my business partners and I have worked with various companies over the years and we took the plunge to go out on our own. Collectively we bring different strengths to different areas when it comes to this industry. We bring our own set of individual skills to the table.
The demand for our services seems to be consistently here now with the potential for growth. With the housing crisis at the moment, all of these new housing developments are under pressure to be completed as soon as possible. We feel extremely fortunate to be able to work on those projects.
The company is growing a lot quicker than we were initially anticipating which is a great complaint.
“For the rest of this year, we are looking to continue building the client base as well as increasing staff numbers and vehicles as the projects come in.
Our focus going forward is to expand into different sectors. In the last six months we have polished off some installations in the residential sector and would appear to have a good footprint in this market. We are starting to branch into the service and maintenance contracts.
Once we get one area of the business working to a level that we are comfortable with, we will begin moving on to the next area of growing the business into different sectors. There is obviously always room for improvement in these areas, so we’re constantly exploring new ideas and talking to the staff on where we can improve, concluded Mr Quigley.