Opportunities for NI Supply Chain in Marine Industry

By | July 18th, 2018|News|

MJM Group has opened the cruise ship market to a number of local companies to provide material and subcontracting services including Wright Composites. The company which is currently refitting the Azamara Pursuit at Harland & Wolff Ship Repair Yard in Belfast requires an extensive local supply chain to support its multimillion pound contracts across the [...]

Employment Boost with 30 New Jobs for MJM Group

By | July 10th, 2018|News|

MJM Group has announced 30 new posts to be filled before the end of the year at their Newry based headquarters. The firm, which is part of the McConville family group of companies, has been in the public eye recently with the acquisition of specialist glass company Topglass in Toomebridge and for bringing the first [...]

Azamara Chief visits MJM Group

By | June 15th, 2018|News|

MJM Group had the pleasure of welcoming Mr Larry Pimentel, President of Azamara Club Cruises to our Headquarters in Newry today. Mr Pimentel was in Northern Ireland to visit the Azamara Pursuit which is currently being refitted by MJM Group at Harland & Wolff in Belfast and he took time out the visit our production facilities [...]

Chinese Consul General to Belfast Visits MJM Group

By | June 8th, 2018|News|

MJM Group had the pleasure of welcoming Madame Wang, the Chinese Consul General to Belfast, to our HQ in Newry today. During the visit, we highlighted the refit of the Star Pisces which MJM Group completed in January in China and gave Madame Wang and her delegation a tour of our production facilities. Welcoming Madame Wang  [...]

MJM Group Welcome Topglass to the Team

By | May 31st, 2018|News|

MJM Group has welcomed the announcement by our owners, the McConville family, that they have acquired specialist architectural glass company Topglass, based in Toomebridge, Co. Antrim. The multi-million-pound deal will see Topglass join marine fitout specialists, MJM Group and, bespoke joinery company Mivan under McConville family ownership. The McConville family is headed up by Rathfriland [...]

35 Years in Business

By | May 25th, 2018|News|

  2018 marks the 35th year in business for Brian McConville and his family, owners of MJM Group.  From a small company in Northern Ireland, MJM Group has grown to become a global brand, bringing quality, innovation and expertise in marine fit-outs to the world’s largest cruise and ferry companies.  Our success is a reflection of Brian [...]

History Makers – Azamara Pursuit to Symphony of the Seas

By | April 9th, 2018|News|

The arms of history seem to be firmly wrapped around MJM Group at the moment. As the Azamara Pursuit sailed into Belfast on 4th April for an historic refit, the newly-built and the world’s largest cruise ship, the Symphony of the Sea was preparing for its maiden voyage on 7th April. And MJM Group is [...]

MJM Group Cruises Into Belfast

By | April 5th, 2018|News|

MJM Group made history yesterday (4th April) when the Azamara Pursuit sailed into Belfast for a complete refit at Harland & Wolff. The luxury cruise liner, which is managed by Azamara Club Cruises, a global brand of Royal Caribbean Cruise Ltd, will undergo a complete interior refurbishment under the management and supervision of MJM Group, whilst [...]

Full Circle with the Azamara Pursuit

By | March 30th, 2018|News|

Aodhan Grego is a Quantity Surveyor with MJM Group.  His first drydock was as a placement student onboard the Adonia which has become the Azamara Pursuit. MJM Group is managing the complete rebrand fitout and Aodhan is part of the team.  Read his story here. For anyone in the marine industry, it has been almost [...]

Spotlight on MJM Group Apprentices during National Apprenticeship Week

By | March 6th, 2018|News|

National Apprenticeship Week 2018 provides the perfect opportunity to shine a light on MJM Group's Apprenticeship Programme and on some of our excellent apprentices. Scott Dale is one of our 1st year apprentices having joined MJM Group in September 2017. At sixteen years of age, it can be very difficult to see how your future [...]