My Journey to Ireland and PMCE Consultants
by Antonis Papadakis
I left Greece and came to Ireland on a midsummer’s day three months ago, seeking to make the leap from Construction to the Transportation sector, which I am most interested in, to broaden my horizons in an international environment, gain valuable knowledge, and to challenge myself through working with PMCE in its Dublin Office.
Ballinrobe Traffic Study Successfully Delivered to Mayo County Council
PMCE, in partnership with Clifton Scannell Emerson & Associates, successfully completed a Traffic and Transport Study of the town of Ballinrobe in Co. Mayo. PMCE were tasked with developing options to improve the movement of road users through Ballinrobe. PMCE developed an understanding of the existing traffic movements within Ballinrobe through a number of traffic surveys including:
PMCE deliver Carlow’s Road Safety Plan
PMCE was appointed by Carlow County Council to produce its Road Safety Plan, which broadly outlines the councils approach in working toward the RSA’s National Road Safety Strategy. PMCE worked closely with Carlow County Council, Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII), the Road Safety Authority and An Garda Síochána to ensure the Road Safety Plan reflected the vision and strategic values of each stakeholder.
The Road Safety Plan was officially launched at a council meeting in Carlow.
A copy of the plan can be found on Carlow County Council’s website (click here)
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PMCE were appointed to develop a preliminary road design for a low-cost safety improvement scheme […]
PMCE, in partnership with Clifton Scannell Emerson & Associates, successfully completed a Traffic and Transport […]