Acacia – Making Space for Food Cloud Hub

by | Oct 2, 2018 | CSR, Featured

Acacia were delighted to offer our space management expertise to FoodClouds’ office in West Dublin.

FoodCloud works with food businesses nationwide to manage supplies of surplus food and re-distribute to charity partners.  In return, Charity Partners pay a nominal contribution towards the safe storage and transport of the food.  It’s a win-win!  Charities have access to fresh supplies of food and business can meaningfully contribute to their community by reducing food waste.

For example, working with over 7,500 Charity / Community groups and 4,000 Food / Retail partners across Ireland and the UK FoodCloud has:

  • Saved approx. 16m kgs of food
  • Redistributed approx. 35m meals to charitable causes

In short, Acacia works with FoodCloud to assist with ongoing space planning requirements and fit-out works that may be required.

When discussing Acacia’s support Suzanne Brown, FoodCloud COO commented:

“Huge thanks to Acacia for supporting us recently in making better use of  space at our flagship hub in Tallaght.  Our team has grown so quickly in the last 12 months that we require the expertise of Acacia in designing a functional working space for our business.  From first consultation right through to works completed, we experienced a very professional, positive and reliable service.”

In turn, Fergus MacMahon, Acacia Operation Director stated, “This as an excellent CSR partnership for Acacia and a great addition to our growing CSR portfolio“.

You can find more information on FoodCloud Hubs at

In addition, if your interested in Acacia Project Management Services see here.

Acacia Team

Acacia Team

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