Fay Devlin is CEO of Eurotech Construction, which he co-founded at the age of 24 after moving to New York in 1980. With over 30 years of expertise, Fay has grown the company into one of the most successful and highly-regarded construction firms in the New York area. Eurotech is now worth more than $150 million in annual sales.
Since 1985, Eurotech has been responsible for some of the highest-profile construction work in the city, performing work at One World Trace Center, Google, Morgan Stanley, Pepsi, Paramount, Sony, UBS, and Verizon. They have also worked on several landmarked New York structures, including Trinity Church, the Plaza Hotel, Carnegie Hall, and the New York Public Library.
A native of Pomeroy, Co. Tyrone, Devlin is responsible for the day-to-day management, fostering relationships with key architectural firms, general contractors and business owners alike. He and his wife Rosemary are highly active in the New York Irish community, and are supporters of the Rory Staunton Foundation and Friends of Sinn Féin. Fay and Rosemary have five sons, Tommy, Connor, Ryan, Ronan, and Corey.