• Creagh Concrete finished project at Manchester University
    Manchester
    Metropolitan
    University
    42,000M²
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    Continuous product
    development...
    limitless possibilities
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    Committed to manufacturing
    quality products
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    Conducting
    Our business with
    Integrity,
    Consistency
    & Reliability
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    One of the UK's
    Largest Producers of
    Precast & Prestressed
    Products
  • Creagh Concrete quality label on concrete hollowcore flooring
    Commited to providing
    total customer
    Satisfaction

About Us

E stablished in 1976, Creagh Concrete has grown to become one of the largest and most innovative producers of concrete products for a diverse range of market sectors throughout Ireland and the UK. The company operates from its Head Office in Toomebridge, Co Antrim with bases in Hoveringham and Edinburgh.

Creagh Concrete has a number of specialist divisions working with each sector of the construction industry. The company's core product range is precast and prestressed flooring with an extensive range of flooring systems designed for commercial or residential applications.

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RESTORE project

Creagh Concrete Products Ltd has been working in partnership with the RSPB and the RESTORE Project for the past two years. The RESTORE project aims to address the challenge of environmental degradation by developing a framework for the restoration of minerals sites (quarries) to provide benefits for biodiversity, habitats, local people and the economy. Creagh’s quarry in Draperstown which is situated in the Sperrins AONB was selected as one of 10 areas within Northern Ireland for the restoration of blanket bog and natural heathland as well as other environmental actions. An event was held on 27 May 2015 where visitors from government, quarrying companies, local environmental organisations and the community sector came to the Draperstown Quarry to see the work undertaken. Read more

Hessle students visit Creagh

Creagh Concrete was delighted to open the doors of its factories to six very enthusiastic technology students from Hessle High School in Hull along with their teacher, Donna Ward, Head of Technology Department. Roy Perry, Senior Projects Manager of Galliford Try, Creagh’s client, also visited Creagh’s Head Office in Toome along with the group to view the design and manufacture of the new school in Hessle, Yorkshire. Read more

Irish Academy of Engineering

Seamus McKeague, Managing Director of Creagh Concrete, was delighted to be conferred with the title of Fellow of The Irish Academy of Engineering. Don Moore, President of the Irish Academy of Engineering, presented the parchment to Seamus recently at the Fellowship Annual Lunch. The Irish Academy of Engineering is an all Ireland body, concerned with long-term issues where the engineering profession can make a unique contribution to economic, social and technological development. Its members are Irish engineers of distinction, drawn from a wide range of disciplines and membership currently stands at approximately 145. Drawing on the experience and knowledge of its distinguished members, the Academy works to facilitate communication and dialogue on engineering-related matters. It publishes reports and analyses, some jointly with other learned and professional bodies. Read more

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