|Address:||Innovate Limerick, Upper Cecil Street, Limerick V94 TN32|
ANOTHER 150 jobs look set for Limerick after it was confirmed Innovate Limerick is seeking to expand its new €2.25m media facility.
The Limerick Leader can reveal that the local authority is set to buy the former Office of Public Works (OPW) building in Upper Cecil Street to facilitate a huge increase in floor-space at the Engine building in the former Dominican Biblical Institute.
It will represent a rise of 25,000 square feet in floorspace, and it’s hoped it will generate 150 new positions in the heart of the city, Mike Cantwell of Innovate Limerick said.
The move comes just a week after Environment Minister Eoghan Murphy cut the ribbon at the facility, which already provides space for small firms to develop, as well as the local headquarters for WP Engine, which is ramping up to 50 staff this year.
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|No of jobs:||150|
|Jobs take effect:||Current|