Okto Technologies, a Lisburn company, has created 80 jobs following the award of PS25m contracts.
The company designs and installs smart buildings technologies and employs 100 people in London, Northern Ireland and Dublin.
It has been awarded a number major contracts in the luxury residential and hospitality industries.
These include the conversion of Whiteley's London department store into 139 apartments, and a luxury hotel.
This work will include building management systems, IT and AV, lighting, security, and health and wellbeing solutions.
According to the company, it was looking for software developers, project managers and quantity surveyors.
Philip Dowds, the owner and managing director of the company, stated that this equates with fast-track opportunities for people who want to make a difference and push the development and application of smart building and wellbeing technologies to the next level.
According to Mr Dowds, the post-Covid landscape is driving demand.
He said, "As an organisation that is future-focused, this presents unparalleled opportunities for people who want to drive change in buildings and create buildings that offer the best in terms of comfort, health, well-being, and peace of heart."