Lagan Construction Group is delighted to have won two awards at this year’s prestigious CEF Awards. Lagan Construction Group beat off stiff competition to collect the Utilities Infrastructure award for their works at Duke St Pumping Station, carried out on behalf of Northern Ireland Water. Lagan Construction Group also became the first holders of the newly created Exporting Award. The Exporting Award was launched this year in recognition of the growing economic importance to Northern Ireland of construction as an export industry.
Lagan Construction Group works with global clients, partners and long-established supply chain to develop innovative technical, design and commercial solutions for projects of all sizes and complexity, including funding. Lagan Construction Group has particular experience in the developing world, where the company has provided facilities and resources for roads, airports and marine schemes, many of them challenging and in remote island locations. Lagan Construction Group operates across the UK, Ireland and worldwide. Recent and current international markets include Pakistan, Sierra Leone, the United States, Bahamas, Puerto Rico, Maldives, Fiji, Guyana and Bermuda.
Duke Street sewerage pumping station (SPS) in Londonderry was a £3.7 million design and build contract with three phases of work that led to the closure of the Victoria Road combined sewer overflow (CSO) and upgrade of four CSOs with mechanical screening, but only after the replacement of the pumping station and the replacement and extension of the rising main, part of which was over the Craigavon Bridge and up a very busy dual carriageway.
Pictured: Lagan Construction Group Team with CEF Awards. L-R: David McVeigh, Lindsay Galbraith, Catriona Donnelly, Neil McKenzie, Seamus Devlin, Colin Loughran and Gary Gallagher