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Ethos Engineering, Bolstered by an Investment from Exponent,  Set to Generate 250 New Job Opportunities

Ethos Engineering, a Dublin-headquartered engineering firm, has announced plans to generate 250 new jobs over the next five years following a recent investment from European private equity firm Exponent. While the exact size of the investment remains undisclosed, both companies have affirmed that it will enable Ethos to expedite its current growth strategies and diversify its service offerings to clients.

Established in 2005, Ethos operates globally, with a significant presence in the Europe, Middle East, and Africa region, particularly in data center building design, mechanical, and electrical engineering sectors. With a track record of involvement in 90 data centers across 19 countries, Ethos aims to further extend its reach.

Greg Hayden, CEO of Ethos Engineering, described the partnership with Exponent as a pivotal moment for the company, emphasizing their commitment to technological advancement and sustainability. As the demand for data continues to surge, Ethos recognizes the importance of delivering services in an environmentally responsible and energy-efficient manner.

Currently employing over 200 individuals, Ethos will maintain its leadership under the existing management team. Exponent, with offices in London, Dublin, and Amsterdam, has raised over €3 billion to date. Its diverse portfolio includes investments in various sectors such as Trainline, Moonpig, and Quorn Foods.

Anthony Clegg from Exponent highlighted the escalating digitalization of the global economy, particularly in artificial intelligence and cloud services, as a driving force behind the increasing demand for data centers. This trend positions Ethos Engineering, renowned for its sustainable design services, for further growth on an international scale.