The Irish Concrete Society Annual Awards took place on Saturday 8th April 2017.  ICF members featured prominently among the winners including awards in the Building, Infrastructure and International Category.   Details of these winners are listed below.

The winner of the Building Category and Overall Winner was St. Angela’s College, Cork.  One of the major Supplier of this project was ICF member Lagan Concrete.

Project Client:                Department of Education and Skills

Project Engineer:           Malachy Walsh and Partners

Project Architect:           O’Donnell + Tuomey

Project Contractor:        L&M Keating

Major Suppliers:            Lagan Concrete / Claramore Construction

The winner of the Infrastructure Award was Newlands Cross Flyover, Dublin.  Among the major suppliers were ICF members Shay Murtagh Precast and Roadstone.

Project Client:                NRA / TII

Project Engineer:           ARUP / RPS / Mott MacDonald

Project Contractor:        BAM Contractors

Major Supplier:              Shay Murtagh Precast / Paul Mulcair Ltd / Roadstone

The Winner of the 5th International AwardTechrete for Victoria Gate, Leeds”.  Major Supplier for this project was ICF member Techrete.

Images of these winners and project teams below.

Full list of winners can be found on the Irish Concrete Society website



Project team members for St. Angela’s College accepting their award from Jim Mansfield (Chairman of the Society (L-R) David McCarthy (L&M Keating), Henrik Wolterstorff (O’Donnell + Tuomey), Lorcan Hoyne (L&M Keating), Jeana Gearty (O’Donnell + Tuomey), John Lee (Malachy Walsh & Partners).

Infrastructure Category Winner – Newlands Cross Flyover, Dublin

Project team members for Newlands Cross Flyover accepting their award from Jim Mansfield (Chairman of the Society (L-R) Joe Shinkwin (Mott MacDonald), Barry Williams (Mott MacDonald), Albert Daly (NRA / TII),), Thomas Holden (Roadstone), Daniel Keating (ARUP), Liam McGovern (Shay Murtagh Precast), Kieran Ruane (RPS).

5th International Award Winner – Victoria Gate Leeds, Irish Company, Techrete

(L-R) Vivian Hand (Techrete), Jim Mansfield (Chairman of the Society),