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About Lagan Construction Group
Lagan Construction Group is a major force in international construction and infrastructure schemes
Lagan Construction Group is a major force in international construction and infrastructure schemes offering clients a single strong base of pooled talent and expertise in the domestic and overseas civil engineering and building markets.
Our specialist teams have proven expertise and experience in delivering projects across a range of sectors including roads, airports, water, energy, marine and building. We also provide specialist piling and foundation solutions for all civil engineering and building requirements as well as Infrastructure investment advice and support, whole life cost solutions including operation and maintenance of projects.
Our extensive in-house fleet of plant and equipment can be mobilised efficiently and relocated locally or globally, to the most remote environments, bringing specific sector expertise, innovation and strategic thinking to every project.
Our qualified civil engineers, construction specialists and project managers work with global clients, partners and our long established supply chain to develop innovative technical, design and commercial solutions for projects of all sizes and complexity, including funding.
We have particular experience in the developing world, where we have provided facilities and resources for roads, airports and marine schemes, many of them challenging and in remote island locations.
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