Dave Enright

Dave has over 25 years of experience in the Fire & Security Industry. In his role as Managing Director, he is responsible for driving business performance across all areas of operation. Dave's primary responsibility is the enhancement of the team's capabilities, with the aim to continually improve the customer's experience. He supports all areas of the business and acts as a point of contact for all customers, regardless of scale. Prior to forming Prestige Detection Systems in 2005, Dave has previously held positions with Siemens Building Technologies, Preussag Fire Protection and Kidde Fire Protection.

Dave Hayes

Dave Hayes joined the company in 2008. Dave has 20+ years experience in the electrical industry, having previously worked in Barcelona in the run up to the 1992 Olympics and several other large projects based here in Ireland. Dave's key responsibility upon joining the company was to manage and develop our service customer base. He manages a growing list of service customers, ensuring that their systems are maintained to, and comply with the relevant IS or EN standard. Dave also manages any works arising from reactive or preventative maintenance visits.

John Collopy

As the Fire Division was standing firmly on its own two feet by early 2013, Dave Enright decided the time was right for the Security Division to expand and John Collopy was brought on board. John has extensive experience in all things security, from intruder alarms to wirelss access control to IP CCTV systems, having spent 20+ years in the security industry. John's primary roles are to grow the security division, support the service of fire and security clients and manage security projects, such as the recently completed project for the Kerry Group.


Barry Murphy

Barrry joined the company in April 2015 as a service and commissioning engineer.Barry has spent over 12 years working in the service industry. Having​completed his electrical apprenticeship in Cork he travelled abroad to gain further experience in the industry.Since his return home he has continued his work in the service industry where his main role was to organise and grow the service schedule,liase with customers and ensure all maintenance work was carried out correctly and to the relevant standard.


Liam O'Brien

In early 2012 as the business expanded, the company found itself needing an office based team member. Liam joined us with his primary roles being financial management, procurement and administration. Liam is responsible for ensuring stock levels are kept at above minimum level, accounts payable and receivable and the day to day running of the office.