Within the Paris Agreement, Ireland amongst many other nations across the globe have committed to a target of net-zero emissions by 2050 and work jointly together to reduce the international impact of climate change by continuously strengthening their efforts over a period of time.
Lawler Group is comprised of Lawler Consulting, a successful multi-disciplinary building services engineering firm, and Lawler Sustainability an energy services company.
An energy management system (EMS) is a system used by electricity grid operators to control and optimise the energy usage of devices such as HVAC, fans, pumps, lighting, etc. that are commonly found in larger buildings such as schools, hospitals, and factories.
At Lawler, we feel it is important for companies to give back to their communities.
After previously being awarded CIBSE Building Performance Consultancy of the Year earlier in 2021, Lawler Consulting is proud to be recognised for the second consecutive year with the Excellence in Energy Services Company Award for the public sector.
Admittedly it is not quite the novel Jules Verne’s “Around the World in 80 Days” however the Lawler Team did make “Around the World in 150 Days”.
After the 14th Annual CIBSE Building Performance Awards, we are delighted to announce that Lawler Consulting has received the coveted award for Building Performance Consultancy of the Year (Up to 50 Employees) for a second year running #BPA2021.
In order to get everyone into the Christmas spirit, we decided to incorporate some fundraising into our festive activities. The funds raised went to those who are struggling and hopefully make things a little easier for them.
Lawler Consulting’s Managing Director, Daniel Ring, visits the Butler Gallery. This is the first time since the restoration works were completed in August 2020.
Lawler Consulting has been shortlisted for the CIBSE Building Performance Consultancy (up to 50 employees) of the Year award for the second year in a row. Having won this coveted award last year we are delighted to be shortlisted again this year – a great achievement on our 40th year of business.
On the 16th of October, kitted out in our bright pink t-shirts, 26 team members took part in support of friends, family members and colleagues who have been touched by the disease.