Posted: Monday 29th June 2009

Leading environmental consultancy ADAS is continuing its expansion plans and development of its services by opening its first dedicated Irish office in Dublin.

Established for more than 37 years, ADAS is one of the largest environmental consultancies in the United Kingdom and a leading provider of environmental solutions, rural development services and policy advice.

The move to open an office in City West Business Park is a natural progression for the consultancy which has a proven track record of working with clients in both North Ireland and the Irish Republic, including the Northern Ireland Environment Agency, the Department of Agriculture and the Department of the Environment, Heritage & Local Government in Dublin, as well as the East Cork Development Corporation and a large number of city and county councils throughout the country.

ADAS now aims to expand its client base across four key markets – waste, water, land and ecology. It will also look to recruit further consultants to work on dedicated projects.

Mike Bailey, ADAS Ireland manager, said: “Many of the problems currently being faced by industries in the private and public sector in Ireland, such cryptosporidium in water, have already been addressed by ADAS in England, Scotland and Wales using our agricultural expertise. There is a clear demand for environmental consultancy services and we are looking forward to sharing our expertise with businesses and local authorities across Ireland.

“Since our opening we have already secured a key contract with Greenstar, a leading provider of environmental, waste management and recycling solutions. The contract is a great first step and we hope to build on this as we look to the future.”

ADAS provides independent science-based research, consultancy and contracting services to a wide range of organisations in both the private and public sectors, throughout the UK, Ireland and internationally. The consultancy’s core disciplines are focused around the interaction of man with the living, growing environment and ensuring its future sustainability.

Mike adds: “We have undertaken projects with a range of clients across Ireland for a number of years and we felt it was the right time to have a visible presence in the country, which will enable us to provide increased support to existing clients, as well as presenting opportunities to extend into new markets.”

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