Meet Paul Carberry – the Commercial Manager for CJK. As Commercial Manager he plays a crucial role in all stages of the project life-cycle and has played a key role on some of the most prestigious projects in Ireland. His in-depth knowledge of commercial management and quantity surveying within construction means that he ensures all CJK’s projects are delivered on-time and within budget.
He's also passionate about playing golf (but not necessarily being good at it) and is regularly spotted running laps around the CJK HQ at lunchtimes.
It’s no secret that our people are our most important asset at CJK. We foster a winning work culture where people feel part of something special. We take great pride in building up our people and the communities where we work and live.
CJK are delighted to announce that we have recently renewed our International ISO certifications to the latest ISO 9001: 2015, ISO 14001: 2015 and ISO 45001: 2018. The standard was issued to CJK Engineering by ISO CE Limited, one of the leading independent providers of certification services in Rep. of Ireland. ISO Certification to these three foremost standards for Integrated Management Systems (IMS) is used by businesses across the globe.
Fergus Foran, CJK QEHS Manager said; “The announcement comes as a result of CJK’s continuing commitment to the delivery of outstanding service using our Integrated Management Systems and processes to achieve effective and efficient outcomes for our clients, with our projects consistently being delivered safely, to a high standard and on-time.”
These International ISO standards incorporate the Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) methodology and applies a risk-based thinking approach, which enables organisations to determine the factors that could affect its' processes and Integrated Management System to diverge.
ISO Certification is the precursor to improved customer satisfaction, staff health, well-being & motivation, coupled with a focus on sustainable construction and continuous improvement.
A huge thank you to everyone who competed in the CJK Dun Laoghaire Harbour Race yesterday. It was a fantastic turn out and we were blown away by the camaraderie among all the competitors and volunteers.
A massive congratulations to Helen O'Reilly who took first place in the ladies event while Eoin Foster, took first place in the men's event.
The 90th CJK Dun Laoghaire Harbour Race takes place this Sunday and we’re excited to reveal that the winner in every category will receive a beautiful original painting by the very talented Gemma Nolan.
The painting is based off a photograph that was taken by the brilliant Andre Rea who has been the Leinster Open Sea photographer for many years.
Best of luck to all competitors and volunteers on Sunday and may the best swimmers win. Please remember to keep your social distance!
We’re excited to announce that the 90th CJK Dun Laoghaire Harbour Race will take place this Sunday, 16th August 2020. 165 swimmers will take part in this year’s annual event which is a celebration of open water swimming and a spectacular occasion for swimmers.
Due to COVID-19, this year will see a reduced number of swimmers and a change in the swimming route, but we won’t let that prevent us from having fun and raising some much-needed funds for our charity sponsor Coolmine Therapeutic Community.
A huge CJK congratulations to our Irish Cricket Team on their momentous one-day international victory over England yesterday.
As proud sponsors of Pembroke CC, CJK would like to acknowledge the incredible contributions of the Irish Captain, Andrew Balbirnie, and the rest of the Pembroke lads in the Irish cricket squad – Lorcan Tucker, Josh Little, Barry McCarthy and JJ Garth.
We are making a donation to the frontline workers at The Mater Hospital, because we have been providing essential services to the hospital and seen up close the incredible work they have been doing during this crisis.
But we are going to make some of our people work hard for this cause!
Step forward Conor Kearney, Vincent Bruen and Paul Carberry.
Today was the first of 7 days in which they will combine to complete two Iron Mans – Conor cycling 361km (2 x Iron Man); Vinnie running 84km (2 x Marathons) and Paul rowing 77km (20 x Iron Man swims – no pool within 2km!).
Who has the toughest challenge?
Have a look at the video below to see how Day 1 went.