Vice President: Maurice Buckley

Vice-President Maurice Buckley

MEng MBA CEng FIEI Fellow

Maurice Buckley comes from an engineering family and his father Denis Buckley was President of the IEI Western Region in the 1970s. On graduating in Electrical Engineering from UCD, Maurice worked with Inland Motors, Ennis, and completed his Master’s by thesis there. From design, he moved on to a product management role, based in Germany, supplying the fast growing robotics and automation markets. After completing an MBA at INSEAD, he became a strategy consultant with The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) in Munich

Vice-President Mauice Buckley

 
Vice-President Maurice Buckley, Engineers Ireland
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Maurice returned to Ireland to establish a subsidiary of a German Printing Company, System Label, in Roscommon town where he lives today. Over time, he built up a local R&D activity in the field of RFID. In a move to the Public Sector, Maurice became Chief Executive of the National Standards Authority of Ireland (NSAI) in 2007 with responsibility for the country’s standardisation, certification, and metrology activities. This work brought him into close contact with the wider engineering community and Engineers Ireland as over 50% of standardisation experts in Ireland and internationally are engineers. Since 2017, as executive Chairman of the Office of Public Works (OPW), he has lead a large-scale capital investment programme into improving Ireland’s flood defences and public buildings, both modern and heritage. The OPW has been associated with Engineers Ireland since the parallel formation of both organisations in 1835.
 

Maurice is a Fellow by Presidential invitation and became Vice-President in 2018.

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