LDPS Expands and Moves
Wednesday, 11 July 2001
LDPS Expands and Moves
Irish lighting design and technical consultancy LDPS Ltd has moved into new offices in central Cork as part of an on-going expansion and recruitment programme. The new address and contact details are: LDPS Ltd, Studio Office 11, Fareham House, 26/27 MacCurtain St, Cork, Ireland. Tel: + 353 21 450 8162, fax: + 353 21 450 8168.

The LDPS team has also been strengthened with the appointment of Bertie Buckley as company administrator. Buckley previously worked as assistant to the director of Cork Opera House, and his experience and knowledge will be a great asset to LDPS. The recent move to the larger, centrally located premises is significant, and is designed to integrate all aspects of the growing LDPS team into one creative and administrative space.

LDPS was formed by Grant Collie (pictured) in 1998 to offer consultancy, lighting design and project management services and solutions to all areas of the pro entertainment industry - including clubs, theatres, conference and multi-purpose venues. The company is the cutting edge of technical consultancy in Ireland, and works throughout the UK and Europe. LDPS’s operation has developed rapidly in the last two years, particularly the consultancy and technical services side of the business. The company has also experienced a steady upward trend in supplying project management and equipment procurement facilities - for an eclectic variety of clients. Recent LDPS projects include being onboard as technical theatre consultants for the new Cork School of Music, due for completion in 2003. They were also consultants for the new live music Mustang Sally’s venue and the National Events Centre, both in Killarney and Technical consultants to Limerick Racecourse, the first new racecourse in the Ireland and the UK for 50 years.

The extra space and concentration of resources in the new building will allow LDPS to function even more efficiently than before. Grant Collie comments: "This is just the first stage in our on-going plans which will unfold over the next five years."

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