Ardmac has appointed Jason Casey as Deputy Managing Director of its Data Centre Business Unit
Jason Casey, Deputy Managing Director of Ardmac's Data Centre Business Unit
Ardmac, the international construction specialist, has announced the appointment of Jason Casey as Deputy Managing Director of Ardmac's Data Centre Business Unit. Ardmac directly employs over 300 people across Ireland, the UK and Europe, and provides specialist construction services to the commercial fit out, life sciences and data centre sectors.
Having previously served as Associate Director within Ardmac's Cleanroom business unit, Jason now takes on a key leadership role within the data centre business, primarily responsible for delivering on targets across a number of key business and performance metrics, including safety, quality, customers, team and revenue.
Ronan Quinn, CEO of Ardmac, said: "We are delighted to be appointing Jason to this position. He brings valued expertise, industry knowledge and experience to the role. In particular, his passion and leadership and coaching abilities will be instrumental in further developing our high performing teams to deliver for our clients."
Commenting on his appointment, Casey said: "We see significant growth in our data centre business in the years ahead and I am excited to play my part in expanding our team and learning culture to deliver more successful projects for our clients. We will achieve this through the continued rollout of our digital, innovation and operational excellence strategies, placing our clients at the centre of everything we do."
A native of Tyrone in Northern Ireland, Jason joined Ardmac in 2006 and has since progressed his career across a number of positions within the business covering site, project, contracts and operations management. Jason is an advocate of lean thinking and practices with a particular focus on safety first.
A graduate in Construction Engineering and Management from University of Ulster, Jason is a member of the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB). He is also the current Vice Chair of Lean Construction Ireland, an all-island, independent association promoting lean thinking and practices in the Irish Architecture, Engineering, Construction (AEC) sector.