L&M Keating Ltd is a Multidisciplinary Building & Civil Engineering Contractor with a highly technical background. Founded 1987 by Louis Keating, we have completed Civil, Building, Conservation, Dredging and Marine Works up to €40M value.

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  • Kilrush Marina, Co Clare
    L&M Keating's subsidiary company L&M Keating (Maritime) Ltd. have recently taken over Kilrush Marina in Co Clare.
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  • Kilmihil GAA Club
    L&M Keating Ltd. are now main sponsors for the Kilmihil Gaa Club. We wish them every success for the future.
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  • St Munchin’s College Mark €7.8m Revamp In Fine Style
    A new look for Limerick’s oldest secondary school has been celebrated with a special ceremony at St Munchin’s College. Minister for Education Jan O’Sullivan and Bishop of Limerick Brendan Leahy were on hand this Saturday to cut the ribbon after a €7.8…
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  • L&M Keating provide flood defences to Galway’s Spanish Arch
    L&M Keating have supplied and installed 120m of temporary ‘Aquadam’ flood barrier to the flood prone Spanish Arch area of Galway City.
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  • L&M Keating Commence €10M Phase 1 of Foynes Port Development
    "Michael Collins, Chairman Foynes Port Company, Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Paschal Donohoe T and Patrick Keating, CEO Shannon Foynes Port Company announce details of the biggest infrastructure project in Irish ports since turn of millennium…
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  • L&M Keating Ltd. Works on the Lough Atalia Bridge Road Lowering Project Starts on Monday, March 23
    The Lough Atalia Railway Bridge is a low 19th century bridge structure which comprises cast iron arches and is a protected structure. Due to height restrictions under Lough Atalia Bridge, vehicles over 3.68m high must move towards the centre of the road…
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  • Minister Welcomes Re-Opening of Refurbished Haulbowline Island Bridge
    Digitaries and other officials present when Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine Simon Coveney T.D, today officially re-opened the newly remediated Haulbowline Island Bridges at Cork Harbour.
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  • L&M Keating Contract Signing for the HSE Primary Care Centre
    The contract signing for the construction of the HSE Primary Care Centre took place on 22nd April.
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  • €6m Dunmore East Harbour Dredging Works Commence in June
    The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Simon Coveney TD, today announced details of a €6m dredging project, which his Department has awarded for works at Dunmore East Fishery Harbour Centre. The contract to complete the works was awarded to…
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  • Official Opening - Doolin Pier Set To Become Busiest In West of Ireland
    The new €6m Pier at Doolin, Co. Clare, has been officially opened by Brendan Howlin, T.D., Minister for Public Expenditure & Public Reform.
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  • Works Are Currently Underway For The Construction of The New Grangegorman HSE Primary Care Centre
    Works are well under way for the construction of the new Grangegorman HSE Primary Care Centre after L&M Keating Ltd won the contract for the build.
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  • Milestone Phase Completed at Carrigtwohill Waste Water Outfall Project
    L&M Keating have completed a milestone phase of the Carrigtohill Waste Water Outfall project. Using our bespoke outfall installation method we have towed and installed 800 meters of 710mm diameter HDPE outfall pipe into a pre-excavated trench.
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  • L&M Keating Have Commenced Works To Rehabilitate The Historic Clontarf Bridge In Cork City
    Dating from 1911, the iconic four-span structure was constructed as a rolling lift trunnion bascule bridge, to the patented design of American Engineer William Donald Scherzer.
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  • L&M Keating Have Commenced Works On Dunmore East Harbour Contaminated Dredging Project
    This 3 month, €6m project is being carried out on behalf of the Department of Food, Agriculture and Marine.
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  • L&M Keating Are Proud Sponsors Of The Upcoming 2015 WIORA Sailing Competition In Galway Bay
    Taking place on 22 – 25 June 2015, the prestigious event will feature competition sailing boats from all over the country including entries from our very own Kilrush Marina.
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  • Improvement Works On Hughes Bridge On Schedule For Completion In July
    Works to be carried out in July 2015 completion include road surfacing and installation of 300m of stainless steel architectural handrail incorporating LED lights.
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  • L&M Keating Ltd. Awarded ISO 14001 Accreditation
    L&M Keating is proud to announce that following recent redevelopment of our Health, Safety, Environment and Quality Management System we are now accredited to ISO 14001.
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  • Earthmovers Magazine - Site Visit to L&M Keating Project at Doolin Pier
    As Eoghan Daly reports, battling the ravages of the Atlantic Ocean to deliver the Doolin Pier project on time and on budget was a major achievement. The village of Doolin in Co. Clare on the west coast of Ireland is at the centre of a vibrant tourist…
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  • Clonlara Social Housing Project Shortlisted for 2015 ICSH Allianz Community Housing Awards
    Completed by L&M Keating Ltd., Clare County Council’s social housing development at Glór na Srutha, Knockbrack Lower, Clonlara has been shortlisted for an award under the 2015 ICSH
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  • Clontarf Bridge Re-Opens Earlier Than Expected Following Two Months of Essential Repair & Renovation Works
    Clontarf Bridge was reopened to traffic on Friday, 28th August, two days ahead of schedule. The key bridge had been closed for the past two months for essential repairs and renovation to the 100-year-old structure costing €2.5m. While the bridge will…
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  • Dredging Progresses Well At Dunmore East
    It will come as a welcome relief to fishermen that dredging around the syncrolift area was scheduled to begin over the weekend just gone. According to the spokesperson, “It is anticipated that this work will facilitate skippers of the larger fishing vessels…
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