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Mattest are pleased to announce that they are one of 60 companies across the island of Ireland to participate in the All-Ireland Pollinator Plan 2015-2020. The Plan is aimed at companies that can promote actions to benefit pollinators in order to prevent their decline.
Pollinators play a vital role in sustainability and ensuring the health of our living environment. Mattest recognise the importance of supporting pollinator species. Already Mattest have carried out promotion of Pollinator Plan by hosting a Nature Walk and Biodiversity counts. Over the next 2 years Mattest aim to set up a number of objectives to further support the plan.
The Mattest Dublin laboratory has been contracted by the construction contractor BAM Building to provide the materials testing contract for the new Boland’s Quay commercial hub in Dublin.
Mattest Belfast have been awarded the materials testing contract with Woodvale Construction, on the development of the new school for Strabane Academy. The project is planned to be completed by June 2021.
The new academy will provide a two storey building providing a state-of-the-art post primary school with classrooms and support accommodation in accordance with the recommendations of the Department of Education’s Building Handbook. The new build will accommodate 700 pupils aged between 11 to 18 years.
Details and imagery approved by Woodvale Construction and Mr Hampton, Principal of Strabane Academy.
Mattest Belfast have been selected to carry out all the materials testing of the redevelopment project to construct a new maternity unit on the Royal Victoria Hospital complex.
Mattest Dublin completed testing for a number of contractors engaged in the construction of the Dublin Waste to Energy facility, the facility converts waste that cannot be reused or recycled into clean energy.
Mattest Belfast have been awarded the contract for all of the materials testing for the A6 dualling project, Randalstown (M22) to Castledawson.
Mattest Dublin, are delighted to have been chosen to provide a construction materials testing service for the Lexicon Library in Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin. The building was constructed by John Sisk and Son.
The Mattest Dublin laboratory has been contracted by the construction contractor J. Sisk & Son to provide the materials testing contract for the new Capital Dock living space and contemporary office building in Dublin.