60 new jobs for Maxol’s A-26 service station development

Pictured at the 2.5 acre site on the main A26 between Antrim and Ballymena is Ian Lowry, Senior Contracts Manager for Lowry Building, Brian Donaldson, CEO of Maxol, Allan Pollock (Maxol), John Kennedy (Maxol) and Jim Maneely (Clarman & Co Architects).
Pictured at the 2.5 acre site on the main A26 between Antrim and Ballymena is Ian Lowry, Senior Contracts Manager for Lowry Building, Brian Donaldson, CEO of Maxol, Allan Pollock (Maxol), John Kennedy (Maxol) and Jim Maneely (Clarman & Co Architects).

Maxol has announced its largest development in Northern Ireland at Tannaghmore - a 2.5 acre site on the main A26 between Antrim and Ballymena.

The development will be a state of the art motorway style service station offering first class forecourt convenience and facilities for trucks and coaches.

Well-known franchises will provide freshly prepared food for eating on the premises or to take-away.

Maxol has appointed Lowry Building & Civil Engineering as its main contractors to develop the facility and work began on the Ballymena bound service station in September.

The service station is scheduled for completion in the Spring of 2017 and will create 60 new jobs.

Maxol is seeking an experienced retailer to be the licensee at the new premises and you can find out more at Maxol.ie/opportunity.

Brian Donaldson, Chief Executive, Maxol said: “This announcement comes on the back of a rolling programme of around £95 million worth of investment we have made in introducing our new modern forecourt identity across Ireland and in acquiring 17 new properties and developing a further 15 service stations since 2012.

“Our first award winning large scale motorway style services area, which opened this year at Mulhuddart on the M3, South West of Dublin, is popular for its extensive forecourt services, retail and fresh food dining and we are looking forward to bringing this successful model here to Northern Ireland.”