An Aggregated Approach to Smarter, Simpler Operations

As of 1st May 2022, Whitemountain Quarries Ltd, Lagan Asphalt Ltd, and Lagan Materials Ltd have rebranded as Breedon Ireland.

Since the acquisition in 2018, when the family of Irish companies became part of the Breedon Group, its Irish materials and contracting divisions continued to operate under the brands Lagan in ROI and Whitemountain in NI.

N4 Collooney to Castlebaldwin By-pass

At the Breedon Group, we’ve become a leading vertically integrated construction materials group in Great Britain and Ireland, delivers essential products and services to the construction sector. 

In addition to holding 1bn tonnes of mineral reserves and resources with long reserve life, Breedon supply value-added products and services, including specialty materials, surfacing and highway maintenance operations, to a broad range of customers through its extensive local network of quarries, ready-mixed concrete, and asphalt plants. 

N4 Collooney to Castlebaldwin By-pass

Has a company combined, our c.3,500 colleagues embody its commitment to ‘Make a Material Difference’ as the Group continues to execute its strategy to create sustainable value for all stakeholders, delivering growth through organic improvement and acquisition in the heavy side construction materials market.

The Breedon Group’s two well-invested cement plants are actively engaged in carbon reduction practices, which include utilising alternative raw materials and lower carbon fuels. 

Managing Director of Breedon Ireland Materials and Contracting, Terry Lagan, set up the original Lagan Group business in ROI in 1989, which originally comprised an asphalt production & contracting division along with a bitumen emulsion production plant. The business developed from there to cover the entire island, with operations from Cork to Donegal and Galway to Dublin, becoming the largest independent producer of construction materials in ROI. In a recent interview, he outlined some of the strategic reasons for the rebrand, “We believe that it is now time for a more unified approach to our branding. Our main goal is to provide clearer communication to all our customers and stakeholders. Integrating the brands fully, will help us to achieve that and I believe it will also make us stronger.”

There are signs of great things to come for the company. In the Central and Southern Region, Breedon Ireland have already completed major resurfacing projects on the N4 Collooney to Castlebaldwin Bypass and Cork Airport Runways 16-34, as well as supplying and placing 65,000 tonnes of Bituminous materials as part of the Dunkettle Interchange Upgrade Scheme.  

Cork Airport

The brand merger of Lagan and Whitemountain to Breedon Ireland will help to combine all our collective talent, knowledge, and expertise. More robust governance processes mean Breedon, as a unit, can be resilient against future risk, protect the livelihoods and welfare of their employees and refine their sustainable business model to create more value for all stakeholders. 

We’re proud of our social impact too, placing huge significance in, and engaging with our national network of local relationships, contributing to each community we serve, with materials donated to local projects, support for local schools, community events and charity fundraising.

Breedon place huge significance in, and engage with a national network of local relationships, contributing to the communities they serve, with materials donated to local projects, support for local schools, community events and charity fundraising.

The goal across the entire Breedon Group is to work together as one, all making a material difference.