Enda is a Chartered Civil Engineer with considerable experience in the assessment and innovative remediation of a wide range of damaged and deteriorating structures such as buildings, bridges, multi story car parks, jetties and tunnels. He is responsible for the day to day running of the practice were he manages a number of specialist engineering teams.

In his early career, Enda worked for a specialist concrete repair contractor undertaking remedial works to a wide variety of structures.  He later joined McFarlands in 2010 and having gained practical hands-on experience of remediating structures, the transition to a consultancy practice specialising within this field was a natural career progression.

Enda has gained considerable experience in the inspection, non-destructive testing, analysis and remediation of deteriorating reinforced concrete structures. He has prepared bespoke concrete repair specifications and bills of quantities and overseen the repair process on a wide variety of structures.  He is a professional member of both the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) as well as the Institution of Engineers of Ireland (IEI). He is a qualified Level 3 Senior Cathodic Protection Technician as recognised by the Institute of Corrosion (ICorr) and is a member of the Concrete Society where he sits on the Northern Ireland Regional Committee.

Enda is regularly asked to present Continuous Professional Development (CPD) workshops for construction professionals and is also a visiting lecturer at Queens University, Ulster University and Belfast MET teaching on the subjects of reinforced concrete inspection and testing methods, concrete repair and cathodic protection.  He is a STEM ambassador and acts as a supervising civil engineer and mentor to his colleagues.