Apple expands campus in Cork and creates new jobs

US tech giant Apple is set to expand its Holyhill campus in Cork to accommodate new and existing employees.

The new four-story building will accommodate 1,300 employees, some of whom will be new hires, the company said.

Cork City Council will issue a notice of planning application on Tuesday.

It includes plans for an office building, car park and green community areas on lots adjacent to David McCarthy Road and Nash’s Boreen.

It will include parking for bicycles and scooters, charging stations for electric vehicles, and will augment Apple’s existing shuttle service and public transportation to the campus.

The facility will run on 100 percent renewable energy, Apple said, with solar panels built on top of all new structures and a pedestrian link to existing buildings.

Apple has been carbon neutral since 2020 and is aiming to be carbon neutral across its supply chain by 2030.

Apple has already invested more than €250 million in its Cork campus to accommodate its growing teams.

It is the largest private employer in Cork with approximately 6,000 employees in the city.

Cathy Kearney, Apple’s vice president of European operations, said the company will “continue to create new jobs” in the country.

“We have called Cork home for more than 40 years and look forward to accelerating our investments here as we grow our team and expand our campus.

“We are proud to be part of the community here and with this new venture we will continue to create new jobs, support local organizations and drive innovation on behalf of our customers.” Apple expands campus in Cork and creates new jobs

Fry Electronics Team

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