OCS are delighted to be working with Cork County Board on the re-development of Páirc Uí Chaoímh’s electrical services, as the stadium enters the final stages of completion.
Páirc Uí Chaoímh is a unique stadium; built on the site of the original Cork Athletic Grounds built in 1904, it has been a site of historical significance for the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) and Cork County Board.
OCS are excited to be providing the electrical services contracts to such a prestigious and unique state of the art multi-purpose facility, that will create new memories for the people of Cork and Ireland.
OCS’ managing director and Cork native, Aine Mulcahy (pictured above) stated that “OCS are privileged to be working with Cork County Board during such an exciting time for Cork GAA. The stadium was in need of an upgrade and will become a world class multi-purpose facility when completed”.
Aine, along with Gerard Lane (chairperson of Cork County Board) and Frank Murphy (secretary of the Cork County Board) are pictured signing the electrical contract package with OCS.