Community & Charity

Creagh Concrete supports the local community and various charities through financial donations and sponsorship of sporting clubs and charities annually. In this financial year, Creagh has supported the following charities: Foyle Hospice; Chest, Heart and Stroke Association; Niamh Louise Foundation; McMillan Cancer Support; Autism NI; Parkinsons Society; Sara Hope Foundation; Beyond Horizons; MS Society; and Unicef.

One of Creagh’s chosen charities is Marie Curie Cancer Care. This charity is supported through our payroll giving scheme where our employees generously donate through their wages. The employees of the company have supported this excellent charity for many years now and annual contribute approximately £12,000 each year.

Creagh Concrete is proud to sponsor Habitat for Humanity. Every Habitat home is built with the homeowner’s hands and paid for at a price they can afford. Seamus McKeague, Managing Director, joined the Board of Directors in 2011 and has lead Creagh’s corporate partnership with Habitat NI which included staff joining the Big Build in Romania and promoting the HOPEbuilder corporate challenge to customers and suppliers.


Creagh welcome Belfast Metropolitan Students

On Tuesday 26th April we welcomed Belfast Metropolitan students studying foundation courses in Architectural Technology, Construction Engineering with Surveying and Civil Engineering to our head-office in Toomebridge to learn more about concrete / concrete products.

New Corporate Video

Creagh Concrete Launch New Corporate Video

Academy of Irish Engineers visit Creagh Concrete

We had the pleasure hosting an open day to the Academy of Irish Engineers recently at our head office in Toomebridge.

Creagh Staff volunteer for Big Build 17'

Creagh are proud to support Europe’s largest ever construction and volunteer event! Habitat for Humanity’s Big Build 2017 will build 36 homes in one week, alongside hardworking families who need a decent home.

Young Farmers Ambassadors UK Visit Creagh Concrete

The Young Farmers Ambassadors UK reunion took place in Cookstown from Friday 28th – Monday 31st October 2016; the group included delegates from all over the UK. Creagh Concrete were delighted to be invited to host a visit from the group

Creagh Proudly Sponsor Farming Life / Danske Bank Awards

Creagh proudly sponsored the category of “Women of Excellence in Agriculture” at the recent Farming Life/Danske Bank Awards held in the Ramada Hotel in Belfast.

Creagh Staff take on Big Build Challenge For Habitat

For more than 10 years Creagh Concrete have partnered with Habitat for Humanity Northern Ireland to support vulnerable families improve the place they call home, because Habitat builds hope. This October, we’re excited to support Big Build again!

Creagh Launch CAD Academy

Today was the successful launch of our new CAD Academy. After an overwhelming demand of over 80 applications and interviews, Creagh have selected 14 suitable candidates for the Computer Aided Design 12 week course.

Creagh Employees Sucessfully Complete Excel Training

Creagh employees receive certificates for successful completion of Excel Training Course.

Creagh invest in a new Gantry Crane

Creagh Concrete recently completed the erection of a new Gantry Crane in their Toome Yard facilities with the assistance of the team from Van Haagen. This significant investment gives the Toomebridge Head Office site an additional 7500m2 storage capacity.

Magherafelt Marvels Sports Club

Nicky McKeague and Maria Martin from Creagh Concrete presenting a cheque for £250 to Setanta Quinn, member of Magherafelt Marvels, and watched on by D’Arcy Quinn. Magherafelt Marvels Sports Club is for anybody from the area aged six years or older with special needs and Creagh was delighted to support this fantastic Club. The lads from the Ardboe Factory helped to raise over £3,700 for the Magherafelt Marvels with a Charity Football Match last December.

Creagh Concrete Employees Present Cheque to Marie Curie

Creagh Concrete employees were delighted to make a presentation of £95,000 to Marie Curie through the company's payroll scheme.