Strata, the dublin based digital construction and project controls services provider, has announced plans to double its workforce over the next three years.
The construction services company Strata aims to create 40 new jobs and said the majority will be based in Dublin. The roles will be spread across construction scheduling, planning management, 4D and 5D digital services, building information modelling (BIM) management, sustainability, data analytics and forensic delay analysis.
Founded in 2016 by CEO Enda Grimes, Strata aims to reduce the delays and project overruns that occur on large, complex construction projects, by offering an independent planning service.
The company has grown to serve more than 60 clients in 15 countries. Strata also has offices in the UK and Brazil. Over the years, the company has expanded its services into sectors such as virtual design, providing tailored 3D, 4D and 5D animations for projects.
Speaking on the expansion plans, Grimes said Strata has been experiencing high growth and increased demand across all of the company’s services.
Grimes said, “the construction sector is undergoing a significant transformation, embracing innovative technology and environmental responsibility. Strata is thrilled to be part of this journey and our aim is to accelerate our contribution to the efficient and environmentally conscious delivery of large construction projects.”
Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment Simon Coveney TD, said Strata is helping a cross sector of companies improve their construction planning processes by using products and services that are “better performing, more efficient, more environmentally sustainable and more effective for their customers. I would like to congratulate the company on their expansion and look forward to learning about their success and progress in the future.”
Source: Silicon Republic