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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  • L&M Keating Ltd. projects take top honours for Limerick at the IPI Heritage Awards
    Two Limerick heritage developments were shortlisted at the recent Irish Planning Institute Awards held recently at Dublin Castle, both were constructed by L&M Keating Ltd.. The Milk Market took top honours on the night followed by a commendation for King…
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  • Minister Coveney welcomes the signing of a contract for harbour improvement works at Cape Clear, Co. Cork
    The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Simon Coveney TD, today attended the signing of a contract for the remediation and harbour improvement works at North Harbour, Cape Clear, Co Cork.
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  • €3m upgrade plan for Kilrush marina
    KILMIHIL-based construction and civil engineering company, L&M Keating, has this week applied for planning permission for a €3m upgrade of Kilrush Marina and Boatyard.
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  • Ennis Pedestrian and Cycle Bridge officially opens
    The Mayors of Ennis and Clare today officially opened a new Pedestrian and Cycle Bridge over the Ennis to Athenry Railway Line at the Quin Road in Ennis.
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  • 100 Ennis children have attended a ‘Keep Safe’ event at Cois na hAbhna in Ennis
    Up to 100 children from Ennis Educate Together, Ennis NS, Gaelscoil Mhichíl Cíosóig, CBS Primary School have today (Wednesday 5th February) attended a ‘Keep Safe’ event at Cois na hAbhna in Ennis.
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  • Portmagee Marine Tourism Initiative
    On the 11th April 2014, Minister Jimmy Denihan T.D. formally opened L&M Keating’s latest marina development.
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  • €5m Revamped City Quays Officially Opened in Limerick
    Limerick's status as a Riverside City was confirmed today with the official opening of a €5 million euro revamp of its historic quays
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