The Northern Ireland Apprenticeship Awards were launched to acknowledge the commitment and contribution of apprentices throughout our region. Apprenticeships offer a fantastic way for many people of all backgrounds and industries to earn as they learn while providing employers with the transferable skills needed to take their business from strength to strength.
We all had a great evening in the Hilton Hotel, Belfast celebrating the amazing achievements of NI Apprentices especially our FME employees… We were delighted to see Johnny and Lauren recognised and awarded!
* Johnny – overall winner in the Engineering / Manufacturing Apprentice Category of the Year
* Lauren – runner up in the Higher Apprentice Of The Year Category
A big thank you to Johnnys and Laurens FME mentors and colleagues who has helped them along the way. And Southern Regional College were they both are studying…
Well done to you both!
We are delighted to announce 2 of our employees have been shortlisted for the Northern Ireland Apprenticeship Awards.
* Jonathan McVeigh – Engineering / Manufacturing Apprentice of the Year category
* Lauren McAteer – Higher Apprentice of the Year category
Both employees are currently employed full-time in our company and also completing an apprenticeship through Southern Regional College
Winners will be announced at the awards ceremony taking place on Wednesday 25th October, held at The Hilton Hotel, Belfast.
Congratulations and goodluck to you both!
FM Environmental is excited to announce it has been named ‘BEST INNOVATIVE BUSINESS’ at the Greater Newry Business Awards for 2023…
With over 500 people in attendance, the award ceremony was held in the Canal Court Hotel in Newry, recognising the outstanding contributions of individuals and companies throughout the Newry, Mourne and Greater Area.
FME, were incredibly honoured and privileged to be shortlisted in two categories on the evening.
- Best Innovative Business
- Best Export Business
Coming away with a WIN is fantastic for our incredible team in FME and GG. The award is a testament to our team’s dedication and innovation in the industry.
Congratulations to all the businesses who were nominated and received awards on the evening…
FME colleagues – Caroline Poland, HR Manager and Michel Fitzpatrick, Sales & Marketing Director along with many local businesses will be attending the Newry Mourne & Down Job Fair, Thursday 25th May 2023 in the Canal Court Hotel Newry.
Come along and meet with us to discuss career opportunities including apprenticeships.
Congratulations FME team – NICEIC Contractor Scheme certification approved!
At FM Environmental Ltd we continually pride ourselves on the high standard of service that we offer, being NICEIC approved means that our customers are guaranteed a high quality, professional service.
As an approved contractor, we are assessed on a regular basis to ensure we maintain and are competent of meeting the relevant technical and safety standards, codes of practice and regulations set by NICEIC standards.
If you’d like to benefit from our expertise in installation, commissioning and maintenance, or for any information on our products and services, contact FM Environmental Ltd today.
This week, after 18 months of successfully operating Loughshinny Wastewater Pumping Station, FM Environmental handed over the Operation of the Station to Irish Water / Fingal County Council.
This is a project in which JONS and FM Environmental designed, constructed and commissioned this new pumping station, for a difficult, public-facing location.
Thanks to all parties involved, including DDC our control and automation partner on this project and local residents, for a smooth and trouble free operation period.
If only we could get to work in such picturesque places all the time !!!
We would like to wish our placement student Oliver Grant the very best of luck as he embarks on his final years in Environmental and Civil Engineering in Queen’s University Belfast.
Ollie commenced his one-year placement with us in May 2021. Within this time, Ollie worked alongside industry skilled professionals in the Contracts and Minor Mecia departments gaining hands-on, valuable, practical experience both in the office and onsite. Ollie also attended new training courses which included CSR, Manual Handling and Confined Spaces to increase his industry base knowledge. Throughout the year, it was very evident that Ollie’s confidence grew, as he put new skills into practice.
We hope the experience he has gained in our company will equip him with etiquettes that are required to thrive in a stimulating and engaging environment.
Goodluck Ollie in your next adventure!