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BYRNELOOBY & FEHILY TIMONEY & CO. SIGN COLLABORATION AGREEMENT

Sep 30, 2016

ByrneLooby and Fehily Timoney Engineering Consultants (FT Arabia) are pleased to announce their agreed collaboration in the Saudi Arabian market. Today, both companies signed a Memorandum of Agreement to seal the next stage of their partnership. 

This joint agreement will enable both companies to share professional resources, business development and logistics in the Saudi Arabian market. Fehily Timoney Engineering Consultants (FT Arabia) entered the Saudi market  2011, while ByrneLooby has offices in the GCC since 2009. Both companies share very complementary skill sets in the engineering and environmental sector and this new alliance will enable a wider environmental offering to the Saudi market and more generally in the Middle East.

FT Arabia is the Saudi Arabian division of Fehily Timoney and Company (Irl) who are an international management company specialising in engineering and environmental consultancy. Set-up in 1990, they have grown to be one of the larger Irish-owned independent consultancies with offices in Ireland, the UK and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

ByrneLooby, also an Irish owned Global engineering services company with a 100 year history has offices in Europe, MENA and APAC regions and specialise in  large scale energy and  engineering projects. Current projects that ByrneLooby are active on include Aramco,  Royal Commission projects  as well as the Riyadh Metro.

ByrneLooby Managing Director Michael Looby says “This new collaboration will open up additional opportunities as we combine our expertise and market knowledge. Ensuring we have a competitive joint offering to bring to the KSA market”.

Managing Director Eamon Timoney says “we have been looking for a suitable Middle East partner that understands our culture and the Middle Eastern culture and enable us to offer our services in a more economical way. ByrneLooby are the perfect fit for us to move forward with”.

“The combined Middle East resource of both companies in engineering and environment will provide more of a “one window solution” for our Clients and enable us to expand our existing services in the Saudi market” adds Looby.