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  • LotusWorks brings Safety to the Home

    by Paul Bourke | 31 Mar, 2016
    March 21st – 25th saw LotusWorks bringing Safety in the Home to its Sligo Headquarters.
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  • LotusWorks attend the Northwest Futures Fair

    by Edith Gardiner | 29 Mar, 2016
    On Friday last, myself and my colleagues exhibited on behalf of LotusWorks at the North West Futures Fair at the Glasshouse Sligo.
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  • Powered By Green

    by Elaine Kearins | 24 Mar, 2016
    March 16th saw the International LotusWorks team turn green. Efforts stretched far and wide and the public were very quick to hop on board sporting their bit o’ green too. With a little assistance from local radio stations and an exceptionally active awareness campaign internally green was truly taking over!
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  • Engineering Our Future

    by Elaine Kearins | 09 Mar, 2016
    On Friday March 4th I had the opportunity to partake in Engineers Week 2016 with students from a local secondary school. The students of Coola Post-Primary were the chosen ones and what a fun filled afternoon it turned out to be.
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  • The Case for Engaging a Commissioning Agent in the Modern Industrial Sector

    by Patrick Kyne LEED AP | 02 Mar, 2016
    Successful commissioning agents convey excellent communication skills and add value by leading positive working relationships with all parties involved in the project, engaging attentively and coupling constructive criticism with proven solutions when required. The commissioning agent as always has a primary objective of verifying the Owners’ Project Requirements and Basis of Design are delivered and more.
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  • How Long is a Piece of String? (CV Style!)

    by Edith Gardiner | 18 Feb, 2016
    I seem to be having a similar conversation with candidates lately as to the "accepted" length of a CV. Reactions such as "Oh I can't have it any longer than 2 pages" "I didn't include that because I didn't have enough room" OR "employers wont look past the first paragraph".
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  • Nerves, Golf & Interviews!

    by Edith Gardiner | 08 Feb, 2016
    I was listening to Ian Dempsey's Interview with Padraig Harrington on the way to work this morning. Padraig was talking about various things including being nervous and being able to do well and perform at his game.
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  • Why it Pays to Continuously Improve

    by Gareth Carr | 24 Sep, 2015
    True innovation comes from combining deep expertise in a specific area with new operations and maintenance experiences and fresh perspectives. This is exactly the combination of talents that high-quality suppliers bring.
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  • Engaging Commissioning Agents For Increased Efficiency

    by Pat Kyne | 24 Aug, 2015
    An effective strategy to avoid production downtime at a new facility resulting from design, construction, installation, and component quality problems is to subject the systems to a commissioning process performed by an experienced and qualified Commissioning Agent (CxA)
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  • The Irish Engineering Industry Today and Tomorrow

    by Gerry McGowan | 12 Aug, 2015
    Economic development in Ireland since the 1980s has been built largely on its supply of engineering graduates and today the Engineering industry has evolved into one of the most important contributors to the Irish economy in terms of employment, output and exports.
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  • Contributing and giving back is part of the LotusWorks ethos

    by James Casey | 30 Jul, 2015
    Contributing and giving back is part of the LotusWorks ethos, we support various charities across the US. In the past few months, LotusWorks has played a major role in two particularly special fundraisers in upstate New York, where LotusWorks staff are working on some major projects.
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  • Calibration is essential to the running of a world class facility

    by Noel Molloy | 28 Jul, 2015
    If you’re in manufacturing you’ll be only too aware that it is a knowledge-intensive business. For the majority of manufacturers focus is on quality, reliability, cost and low-environmental impact through the product life cycle from development to manufacture, usage and disposal
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  • Why Outsource Engineering & Technical Functions?

    by Emer Conroy | 16 Mar, 2015
    To remain competitive in today’s global marketplace, companies are looking to outsource a growing number of non-core activities. Within the manufacturing sector, the move to outsourcing is equally well advanced, particularly when it comes to the engineering or technical functions. From our extensive experience as an outsourced partner in these areas, we believe that the key benefits to the manufacturer can be summarised as follows:
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  • 5 Business Benefits An Accredited Calibration Laboratory Provides

    by Noel Molloy | 16 Mar, 2015
    Regardless of what product you manufacture, you need to have absolute confidence in the integrity of your measurement instrumentation. Even the smallest of variances can cause significant quality issues, cost over-runs – or both.
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