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We are delighted to announce the appointment of Eithne Hendricken as QEHS Manager for Woodfab Timber. Eithne has over 20 years’ experience as QEHS Manager within various industries. We are delighted to welcome her on board and have no doubt that she will make a valuable contribution...

Woodfab had the pleasure of donating two trees to the Sacred Heart School in Aughrim for National Tree Week 2019. The trees purchased were grown locally at Van Der Wel’s in Aughrim and the plaque was designed and made by Byrne’s in Aughrim. Despite a rainy...

A book on the history of Rathdangan called ‘Heather, Hills and Hearths’, was launched in the Seamus O’Toole Memorial Hall, Rathdangan on Friday 7th December 2018 by the legendary broadcaster Michéal O Muircheartaigh. John grew up in the Rathdangan area and still lives there today. There...

The 10th annual East Coast FM Wicklow coffee morning to raise funds and awareness for the cancer support services and The Wicklow Hospice took place on Friday, 20 April across the county. Deirdre Quinn, our Forestry Administrator, took on the task of organising a very...

Woodfab Timber was delighted to celebrate Jimmy O’Toole’s 40 years of service on 9 January 2018. During a presentation to Jimmy to mark the occasion, Sean Brady commented that Jimmy joined the company when Jack Lynch was the Taoiseach of Ireland and the world’s first...

Woodfab Timber Limited are proud to announce that we have achieved certification by the National Standards Authority of Ireland (NSAI) to ISO 9001:2015, ISO 14001:2015 and OHSA 18001:2007. We have developed and implemented our quality management system in order to improve our overall performance and to...

Woodfab acoustic barriers were originally invented in 1975 for the Department of Transport in the UK. They have since been installed in many major UK highways and have stood the test of time. Over 23 years ago a Buffalo acoustic barrier was erected on the...