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Mercury’s Shay Lacey appointed to the Board of Lean Construction Ireland

Mercury’s Shay Lacey appointed to the Board of Lean Construction Ireland

Author: Evan O'Quigley  /  4th Apr, 2019  /  News, Announcements & Press

Mercury is delighted to announce that its Operations Risk, Compliance and Quality Group Manager Shay Lacey has been appointed to the board of Lean Construction Ireland (LCI).

Shay leads Mercury’s operational compliance, risk and quality assurance functions group-wide across multiple global locations including Ireland, the UK and Europe. Shay is a strategic thinker with strong leadership skills, embracing change and new ideas in dealing with the compliance & risk issues that face the construction industry.

“I’m delighted to be joining the board at Lean Construction Ireland. Mercury has long been an advocate of lean and has been implementing its principles into work practices for many years. Lean has always been something we strive for and our default position is if there’s an activity or a task that we’re going to perform for our client, safely we’re always trying to make it happen – better, faster or smarter”, Shay said upon his appointment.

Our Quality Standards

Quality in construction performance and customer care underpins Mercury’s reputation as one of the world’s leading providers of multidisciplinary engineering services across multiple sectors and locations. Key to our success is our continued investment in human and technical resources. Mercury is certified to ISO 9001: 2015 – an internationally recognised standard in quality management, which highlight our commitment and ability to satisfy quality system requirements and – more importantly – to deliver a quality service to our clients. To read more about QEHS »

Lean Construction Ireland

LCI is a not-for-profit association that promotes Lean thinking & practices to enable and sustain enhanced effectiveness, efficiency, productivity, and profitability for the Irish construction sector, clients, and supply chain. LCI support the free and open exchange of knowledge, information, and experiences around good practices and case studies, as well as ongoing research into Lean practices nationally and globally and their sharing with the wider Lean Construction Ireland Community. We are delighted to be represented on the board of LCI, demonstrating Mercury’s commitment to Lean principles and achieving continuous improvement. To read more about LCI, click here »

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