A leading civil construction company responsible for completing the access and road upgrade to the Tacking Point Lighthouse is the latest gold member of the Port Macquarie Chamber of Commerce.
Eire Constructions has also completed a number of significant projects in the Hunter region.
The Port Macquarie-based company is also invested in the business community and economy.
The business is one of ten leading businesses to join the prestigious gold membership status, said group managing director Tadhg Kelliher.
“We are proud to become a gold member of the Port Macquarie Chamber of Commerce and support advocacy for business and industry to bring more opportunities to regional Australia,” he said.
“Innovation is at the heart of Eire Constructions operations and we invest in local regional jobs in the areas we operate.
“At Eire Constructions we provide a safe workplace, minimise their environmental footprint and ensure the highest quality at every stage of our projects.”
Alongside the Tacking Point Lighthouse road upgrade, the company has continued to expand its operations in the Hunter region with the Duckenfield to Tarro Pipeline Construction and Raymond Terrace Wastewater Pump Station.
The growth of the region continues with their expertise in sub divisions in strong demand and continuing work on the Pacific Highway upgrades.
The civil construction company is proud to build communities and connections from Newcastle to the Mid-North Coast including the Hunter Valley, Port Macquarie Hastings, Manning and Great Lakes, Macleay Valley, Clarence Valley, Northern NSW and the Gold Coast.
Eight local organisations will receive much needed funds through the 2020 Eire Constructions community partnerships.
These included Artwalk Port Macquarie, Hastings Secondary College, Tacking Point Surf Lifesaving Club, Luminosity Youth Summit, Hastings Education Fund, headspace, Ronald McDonald Family Retreat Forster and Kendall Tennis Club.
Port Macquarie Chamber of Commerce welcomes enquiries regarding membership.
The local business community are encouraged to visit the chamber’s website or contact executive officer Mark Wilson on 6583 4412 for more details.