Beren De Hora
Director of Infrastructure
Beren De Hora is Director of Sustainable Infrastructure at FT and is responsible for the delivery of Sustainable Infrastructure and Geotechnical projects. Types of projects include highways, greenways, active travel, bridge, wind farms, rail, water, urban and industrial developments and public realm.
Beren De Hora is the Director of Sustainable Infrastructure in FT. Beren has over 27 years of civil and structural engineering experience and has led small and medium size projects up to multi-billion-euro new build projects in locations including Ireland, UAE, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Guyana, United States and United Kingdom. His expertise includes programme management, business management, operations, planning and strategy, change management, risk assessment, business development, sales and marketing, and the leadership and development of management, technical and administration staff.
Beren completed the Marshall Executive Education Programme, University Southern California and holds a Civil & Environmental Engineer Degree (Hons), University College Cork. He is a Chartered Engineer and a Member of Engineers Ireland and RedR (People and Skills for Disaster Relief). He has a strong interest in disaster relief and development work and has been fortunate to gain rewarding experiences in these sectors during his career.
As Director of the Sustainable Infrastructure Sector in FT, Beren has had responsibility for the below listed Sustainable Infrastructure projects;
- Dunkettle Interchange Upgrade Scheme
- South Kerry Greenway Design & Build
- Limerick Greenway
- N19 Shannon Airport Access Road Improvement Scheme
- Grand Canal Greenway Phases 1 & 2
- N4 Collooney to Castlebaldwin
- Bantry Relief Road
- A737 Dalry Bypass Tender and Detailed Design and Construction Stage Services
Sustainable Infrastructure Sector page
Beren also has responsibility for the Geotechnical Sector in FT, including responsibility for the below listed Geotechnical projects;
- Dunkettle Interchange Upgrade Scheme (Geotechnical)
- N19 Shannon Airport Access Road Improvement Scheme (Geotechnical)
- Clonfad Solar Farm Peat Assessment
- Coom Green Energy Park (Geotechnical)
Geotechnical Sector page