75 jobs created by €6m investment in two new Dublin service stations

75 jobs created by €6m investment in two new Dublin service stations

A new state-of-the-art service station in Donabate is set to create 25 jobs as part of a €2m investment.

The station is located on the Hearse Road in the North East of Dublin City, is set to open on April 21.

These are the third and fourth stations that have been completed by Weslin Construction on behalf of Maxol, having recently completed work on Maxol’s largest Irish service station on the busy N3 primary route at Mulhuddart.

That station, part of a two-storey €4m development which includes a food café, off licence, in-store toilets, wi-fi and car wash facilities, will directly provide 50 jobs.

The 2.5 acre site, with a prominent location on the N3, includes well known food and beverage outlets Insomnia, Chopped, Supermac’s, Mace and Moreish opened its doors on April 6.

Weslin’s previous stations were in Templelogue Village and an unmanned filling station on the Dublin Road in Sutton.

Aidan Boyle, managing director, Weslin Construction, said: “To complete Maxol’s largest service station in Ireland is a great milestone for them and for Weslin Construction.

“We are looking forward to helping them continue their expansion in Ireland, which will see the creation of even more jobs both in construction and when the stations are operational.”

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