Irish Times

by | Jan 10, 2011 | Facilities Management

Acacia is delighted to announce that we have been successful in winning the tender for the provision of facilities’ services for The Irish Times headquarters building in Dublin.  Acacia will provide all facilities and building related services for The Irish Times over the next four years.

David O’Brien, Managing Director, said  “This is a significant win for Acacia. We understood that in order to win this tender, not only did we have to be price competitive, but it was also essential that we provided innovative solutions tailored specifically to meet the clients’ requirements.”

Leo Malone of The Irish Times stated “In selecting Acacia, they offered the most flexible and innovative solutions that represented best value for our organisation”.
Acacia is independent of its supply chain and operates a transparent pricing model, which is fully auditable by its clients.  By operating this model we are able to listen to our clients and develop a tailored solution to satisfy their requirements. We act as our clients’ experts and provide advice on all property and facilities related matters

Acacia Team

Acacia Team

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