Maurice Mortell Joins Ethos as a Non-Executive Director

04 Nov 22
Press Release: Maurice Mortell, leading Data Centre expert, was appointed as a Non-Executive Director of Ethos Engineering.

Dublin, Ireland, 4th November: Ethos Engineering, Ireland’s largest mechanical and electrical consultancy and EMEA’s leading provider of data centre design, sustainable, commercial and smart fit-out buildings, today announced the appointment of Maurice Mortell as Non-Executive Director (NED) to the business.

Mortell will act as an independent advisor to Ethos and assist the company in achieving strategic goals for the future.

Mortell brings over 20 years of experience in the data centre sector, he is the former Managing Director of Ireland and Sustainability Lead EMEA at Equinix and has a highly reputed history of providing guidance to businesses navigating digital transformation.

With a keen focus on sustainability and digital infrastructure, Mortell will advise Ethos on business development, strategy and management.

As an essential move towards Ethos’ Going for Growth plans, Mortell will play a vital role in the further establishment of the business for a global reach.

“We are delighted to welcome Maurice’s expertise and insights into the business,” Greg Hayden, Ethos CEO, said. “This is a crucial step in achieving our strategic goals for the years ahead and we are eager to utilise his invaluable advice for Ethos’ journey to continued success.”

Mortell is a fierce advocate for the role that data centres play in Ireland’s green and economic future and hopes to leverage that potential in partnership with Ethos.

“This appointment could not have come at a better time,” Hayden added. “As Ethos is exponentially expanding in its scope and positioning itself even further as a leading industry player.”

“Ethos has a phenomenal reputation for industry excellence and leadership, making themselves known in their key sectors,” Mortell said. “In my role as Non-Executive Director, I am pleased to be a part of their future success.”