Breedon opens new concrete tile factory in Northern Ireland

Breedon Group, a leading vertically integrated construction materials group in Great Britain and Ireland, has opened a new concrete tile production factory in Lisburn, Northern Ireland.
Quarry Products / February 23, 2024
By Guy Woodford
Breedon is extending its concrete tile production capabilities. Pic: Breedon

Breedon’s significant investment at this site will reduce local supply chain constraints and enable quicker and more efficient processes to produce high-quality tiles faster.

Breedon's new tile factory in Lisburn, Northern Ireland. Pic: Breedon


The new factory contains advanced, modern equipment, increasing Breedon’s tile production capacity in the region by over 80%, from 12 million to 22 million tiles per annum. This new facility will ensure the Group remains at the forefront of tile manufacturing in Northern Ireland.

The new plant in Lisburn will boost the local economy and drive innovation and manufacturing capabilities in Belfast.

A concrete tile made at Breedon's new Lisburn factory. Pic: Breedon

The site has been designed with sustainability as a key consideration. The team is exceptionally proud of the successful ESG journey of the tile business and the significant decrease in carbon generated per m2 of tiles.

Jude Lagan, managing director, Cement and Products at Breedon Group, said: “I am proud to see the opening of this impressive facility in Lisburn, demonstrating our commitment to our business in Ireland whilst benefitting the wider region, providing more supply and enabling secondary and tertiary industries to thrive.” 

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