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Ireland’s Call

As 2023 approaches, are you thinking of coming home to Ireland?

Walls Construction Limited is hiring, and we have a number of positions which can be viewed here: https://walls.ie/vacancies/

Our Team will be in Central London this Friday 11th and Saturday 12th November to meet and greet anyone interested in returning home to continue their construction journey. We would be delighted to see you.

With a solid pipeline of work, almost 400 staff and a turnover of €475m in 2022, Walls is a place where you can build your long-term future.

If you are in the Greater London area, or beyond, please come and visit the team on Friday or Saturday. To book an appointment please contact Debbie Treacy directly through email at debbie.treacy@walls.ie

It's time to come home…

People who have come home

John Cox

Design Manager

"I always knew I would move back to Ireland eventually. The demand for experienced construction managers and the excellent terms and conditions available made my decision easy.

After speaking with Debbie & Cathal in my initial interview, I knew Walls was the company I wanted to work for. Between career prospects, my role, the salary package and the project I was to be working on, Walls ticked all the boxes."

Olvan McDermott

Project Manager

"I knew some people who worked with Walls prior to my joining, and they gave great accounts of the culture and opportunities within the organisation. Also, the volume of work in the pipeline gave me the confidence that it would be a long-term career. Being able to see family and friends is a massive bonus, and having lived away for so long there is a lot to explore in Ireland that I hadn’t appreciated before."

Graham Fitzgerald

Project Manager

"During the interview process I had several offers with other main contractors, however it was my interview with Cathal and his passion for construction that swayed me to Walls as opposed to others. Being back home and close to my family, for the good and bad times, means a lot too."