ABOUT US

Established in lreland in 1991 as a commissioning services and ventilation hygiene service provider, the company has evolved over the last 21 years to become a specialist solution provider in the area of HVAC & Water Systems Commissioning and Validation.  As a specialist TAB (Testing and Balancing) company, SiBS commission and validate chilled water, heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems for MEP contractors and building owners.
Our main clients are primarily mechanical contractors and consultants.  Over our 21 years in business we have gained significant experience in the pharmaceutical, healthcare, semi-conductor, chemical, food processing, manufacturing, education, administration centres and hotel sectors.
Our success in completing significant large-scale projects has helped us grow in Ireland and internationally.

Significant Projects:

St Vincent’s Hospital Cystic Fibrosis Ward 2012
Contract Value $29 million

Letterkenny General Hospital – New Medical Block, 2011
Construction Value $ 25 million

Criminal Courts of Justice, Dublin Ireland, 2011
Contract Value $150 million

Peterborough City Hospital, UK, 2010
Construction Value $560 million

Dublin Airport Terminal 2, lreland, 2010
Construction Value $960 million

SiBS were awarded the Test and Balance contract on the New Doha International Airport, CP 18 ‘Passenger Terminal Complex’ comprising of Main Terminal Building and Concourse C Buildings August 2010.
Each project is managed by one of our highly experienced engineers to ensure that works can be carried out at a time that suits the needs of our clients.  This is especially the case with live buildings where it is essential that our working procedures have a minimal impact on daily operations.
Our values are the foundation of everything we do.  Working with systems that people trust to be safe is a big responsibility, and one we don’t take lightly, We have a duty to look after our customers, colleagues and local communities and the values we seek to maintain are fundamental to our success.