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KN Directors Review Management Processes across the Group

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KN Network Services continuously strive to improve the level of service we provide to all our customers and clients. An integral part of our management ethos is to develop an insatiable hunger for success in order to be the provider of choice; who is seen as a strategic partner and who is intent on progressing…Read More

Molly Malone to be Removed and Stored to enable LUAS Works

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KN Network Services have secured its third consecutive contract for the Railway Procurement Agency (RPA). The “Heritage Works” are the next phase of the advance/enabling works for the LUAS Broombridge extension and follow on from the €4.0m Cellars contract which is currently reaching completion by KN Network Services. The €1.9m contract involves the removal, storage…Read More

KN Network Services raise funds for Temple Street Children’s Hospital Top Flat Ward Refurbishment

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In June 2010, KN Network Services, along with the community of Frosses, Donegal organised a weekend festival to raise funds for Temple Street Childrens Hospital. KN employees cycled from Dublin to Donegal and a couple of hundred people young and old assembled at the bottom of Carnaween in the Bluestack Mountains, dressed up as Elvis…Read More

KN International Secure Prestigious Contract in Sierra Leone

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KN International have been successful in securing a prestigious contract from The Government of Sierra Leone (GoSL) through Sierra Leone Cable Limited (SALCAB). The ECOWAN Project involves the design, supply and installation of plant and equipment for a fibre, SDH, DWDM, Wireless and WiMAX infrastructure from Freetown through to the borders of Guinea and Liberia….Read More

KN Network Services UK Recruits new Operations Director

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KN Network Services Limited is pleased to announce the recruitment of Matt Loder who starts work today as Operations Director for the UK business. Matt, who joins from TfL, will be responsible for strategically planning and directing the operational team to ensure the optimal delivery of all projects. With a career in Infrastructure that spans…Read More

KN Network Services Expands to the Caribbean

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KN International has secured a contract in conjunction with BT Global to build an FTTP network for 95,000 homes in Barbados and Grand Cayman as part of its international expansion. LIME Communications (C&W) operate across the Caribbean regions and have plans to further expand their FTTP network beyond the initial contract. KN International have started…Read More

New Operations Director Appointed

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Stephen Kealey has recently been appointed as Operations Director within Scotland and Northern Ireland to assist with our on-going operations and development into new market sectors. The region is set for significant network investment in the next few years with the roll out of NGA and BDUK. Stephen was previously the Operations and Commercial Director…Read More

KN Network Services now Serving Scotland

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KN Network Services have recently established an operational facility in East Kilbride to serve the Scotland region for BT Openreach. KNNS are currently engaged in fibre backhaul works on the Highlands & Islands along with NGA (Next Generation Access) work in the Central Belt.

KN Network Services Scoop First Group Skills Award for Lambeth North Station

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Lambeth North Station has won an English Heritage award for Craft skills. KN Network Services are delighted to have successfully undertaken the refurbishment works and being recognised for the quality of the workmanship. The KNNS team who undertook these works were led by Phil McKenna, Senior Project Manager and Mick Johnston, Construction Manager.

Derelict Station Re-opened after 50 years to Accommodate the Ticket Validation Roll Out

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KN Network Services have successfully completed the full refurbishment of Sallins station. This project was part of the ticket validation works within Irish Rail. First opened in 1846, this Tudor Gothic style building was constructed as part of the Great Southern and Western Railway network. The station closed its doors in 1965 and remained disused…Read More

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