Topaz's Dublin airport overhaul to create 120 jobs

Topaz's Dublin airport overhaul to create 120 jobs

The Topaz service station at Dublin Airport is to be given a major overhaul with the creation of 120 jobs.

One hundred positions are to be created in the initial construction phase which will see the existing station pulled down and a new one built in it's place in a €3m investment project.

Twenty people are to be employed to work in the new station.

Paul Candon of Topaz said: "Dublin airport is a strategically important location for the country. From our point of view, 19m people ttravelled through the airport last year, that's about 50,000 a day.

"Our station is one of the busiest in the country, is currently overtrading so we need more space."

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