> So yeah, if you ever think of moving your business to ParkWest,
> stay as far away from the idea as you possibly can
-Shiny new trainstation, ESB high tension cables there at the ready,
-ESB fiber network on a run of those same pylons, doesn't seem like a
-bad place to be to me ;-)
Ive worked in two companies out here and know a few people in a few others. Company I work for built its own substation due to the inadequacy of the park. Everyone I know that works out here has had power outages over the last few months. Not saying it's a bad place to work, just saying they seem to have completely underspecced the actually electrical usage in the park. And quite a few of the buildings are unoccupied.
Then again since we built our substation, we have had no issues.
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