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Since our foundation in 1978 Tubbercurry Engineering  has evolved into a company that provides mechanical engineering services to industrial projects including the commercial, retail, industrial and pharma sectors.

Operating nationwide from our Roscommon base our objective is to provide a high quality, cost effective and reliable service to all our customers through excellent workmanship and dedication by staff to achieving the highest national and international standards for the projects in which we are involved. 

Contact us

Tubbercurry Engineering & Services (Group Contracts) Ltd.,
IDA Business Park
Racecourse Road
Roscommon

Telephone: 09066 34862
Fax: 09066 34868

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Web: www.tesg.ie 

 

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Projects

Tubbercurry Engineering has successfully delivered projects within a wide range of building sectors including industrial, commercial, leisure, retail, public and pharmaceutical sector throughout Ireland.

Tubbercurry Engineering projects include new build and retro-fit to existing buildings.  We can also execute full design/ build solutions for any project from an initial performance specification through design to construction and handover to meet our clients' requirements.

About us

We have a highly skilled and motivated workforce in which technical expertise is combined with a pragmatic approach ensuring that we can offer services to our customers which are unrivalled within the industry. With an impressive track record and a commitment to growth, Tubbercurry Engineering continues to seize new opportunities and look for new ways to deliver its services.

Tubbercurry Engineering has developed by combining the traditional values of hard work, commitment, integrity and reliability with a willingness to embrace new technology.

Our company prides itself on its ability to execute contracts within programme and budgetary constraints.