Specialist healthcare infrastructure consultancy, Archus, has established a new Dublin office, to expand its provision of strategic and infrastructure advice to health and social care clients in the region.
It says the move will further strengthen its partnerships with public sector healthcare clients and partners in Ireland, where it will deliver consultancy services across all stages of the asset and system lifecycle – including strategic healthcare planning, transformation, technical advisory, property consultancy, and programme/project management.
CEO, Richard Darch (pictured), said: “The opening of our Dublin office is part of our commitment to Ireland, reflective of both the successful relationships we have built to date, and our international business growth strategy. The recent Cabinet approval for the introduction of six new Regional Health Areas is just one example of the many reforms taking place as part of the ambitious Sláintecare vision for integrated health and social care. Our experienced team is committed to supporting these transformative approaches at every level of the healthcare system, and to working across all stages of the project lifecycle, to improve patient, visitor, and staff experiences.”
To support trading in the region, Archus Ireland, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Archus Limited, has been registered as a legal entity. Established in 2017, and 70% employee-owned, Archus has a team of 90 health planners, clinicians, project managers, strategic advisors, and technical specialists, with offices in Bristol, London, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds, and Dublin.