Drysdale Electrical Services Engineering Limited

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Welcome to Drysdale Electrical Services Engineering Limited

Drysdale Electrical Services Engineering is a family owned electrical services company with offices in Dublin and Cavan.

Working within the electrical industry since 2001, Drysdale Electrical Services Engineering has grown to be one of the market leaders within the sector with an extensive project portfolio we have gained a reputation for competence, quality and competitiveness.

The culmination of our qualified and experienced staff, long term partnerships and constructive business ethics ensures that Drysdale Electrical Services Engineering delivers the most professional service on every project, every time.

Our Team

We are committed to innovation in project delivery and are constantly advancing the way we operate whilst continually improving the quality and performance of our staff.  Our professional culture is built around the bedrock of our managements unique core skill-set. We are highly organized and utilize our established project management systems and significant diverse experience within the industry to ensure effective delivery of high end finishes within all manner of construction environments.  Our company is structured to ensure a hands on approach on all of our projects, establishing dedicated teams to service projects whilst ensuring our Clients are given a personal director level service from concept to completion.

Our Clients

Latest News

Construction industry forecasts growth of 20% in 2019

There will be significant growth in the construction of houses this year, as the industry forecasts 20% growth in construction overall in 2019.

John O’Regan, Director of AECOM – who conducted a survey of clients, consultants and contractors – found broad optimism in the construction industry.

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Property Ireland 2018: House price rises slow dramatically in Dublin

HOUSE prices nationally rose by 5.5pc – or €1,000 a month – during 2018, but the level of price increase in Dublin fell dramatically when compared with a year earlier.

In Dublin, prices rose by 2.9pc during 2018, compared to an increase of 11.7pc in 2017. The cooling of the Dublin market is being put down to an increased availability of new homes, and will offer some encouragement to potential purchasers after years of double-digit growth in the capital.

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Standards body to bring in new wiring rules for electricians by end of year

Thousands of electricians across the country are being urged to have their say on new Wiring Rules coming into force this year.

It is the first major revision to the guidelines in more than a decade and features key changes in areas like electrical installation, safety and energy efficiency.

The consultation period is open until February 28.

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Construction index hits four-month high

The construction industry is expanding rapidly, with commercial building
leading the way, and although the pace of gains in house-building
slowed slightly from November it is at levels seen before the crash,
according to Ulster Bank’s Construction Purchasing Managers’ Index

The overall index hit 56.3 in December, up from 55.5 in November, a four-month high.

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