In 1958, when he was nineteen, my father, Kevin O’Neill, got a job with Chicago Bridge & Iron, an American corporation active worldwide in the construction of industrial plants, at Whitegate refinery in Cork, which is my father’s hometown. His subsequent career, mainly in hard-hat managerial …
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