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Creagh Concrete construction is going from strength to strength

Creagh Concrete construction is going from strength to strength

Creagh Concrete in Northern Ireland has announced that 2015 has been its most successful year for seven years.The concrete products business had been hit hard in the economic downturn in 2008, but has since been going from strength to strength.It hasn't just celebrated a wealth of new contracts, as the manufacturer has also announced that it has created over 100 jobs this year alone.The company is on-course to complete significant projects in 2016; one of its largest is going to be a £12 million contract for the Dandara Apartment complex in Aberdeen.The 380 room Scottish Dandara project is viewed as a real achievement for the company to undertake as they are covering the building's design, manufacture, delivery and installation.Creagh Concrete will be working on a vast range of projects across the whole UK, one of which is a £3 million flooring project at the new University of Ulster campus.Others include a £2.1 million car park in Leeds and a £1 million new school project in the capital.The company is planning changes to its infrastructure and will be rolling out growth plans across its staff in Northern Ireland, England and Scotland.According to official figures presented by the company, 80 per cent of its turnover comes from projects outside of Northern Ireland.Speaking on the growth of the company, managing director of Creagh Concrete, Seamus McKeague, said: "Over the past year we have looked at every aspect of the company and implemented significant change with a view to building a business with a positive future."He continued on to say that the company was looking forward with "real optimism" towards the sustainability of their growth.Mr McKeague has spoken proudly of the company's delivery so far on the Scottish Dandara project in Aberdeen saying that they "will complete the project on time and on budget by January". 

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