Leada Acrow expands into Ireland
Leada Acrow, a specialist division of A-Plant and one of the UK's leading suppliers of formwork, falsework and groundwork systems, is expanding its services into Ireland.
The division’s team of specialist engineers will be supporting projects throughout Ireland from the design process to supplying equipment and expertise.
Leada Acrow hires formwork, falsework and groundwork systems as well as edge protection systems and heavy duty shoring and support for a wide range of developments.
It will be working alongside Dublin based partner, NorthEdge to support contractors with hire equipment requirements.
Leada Acrow, which marked its 80th anniversary last year, has a strategic partnership with the German-based manufacturer, MEVA, one of the world's largest formwork and falsework producers.
Its experienced team of engineers have worked on the Mersey Gateway Bridge, a new six-lane toll bridge due to open later this year and the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route/Balmedie to Tipperty project as well as many other civil engineering and building projects throughout the UK, including hospital developments, agricultural projects, building conversions, railway station upgrades, energy and power plants projects, retail and residential developments.
Using state-of-the-art 2D and 3D CAD software, bespoke designs are created using standard equipment to ensure customers achieve cost-efficient designs to reduce stock and labour requirements.
"We are delighted to be developing our customer base in Ireland which represents an exciting opportunity to expand our market presence.
"We are looking forward to working alongside the team at NorthEdge who have the same commitment to innovation, expertise and customer service."
Adrian Cafferkey Director of NorthEdge, said: "Leada Acrow has an excellent reputation in the UK construction sector and we are delighted to be working with them to support our clients' requirements in Ireland."
Paul Burns, National Sales Director of Leada Acrow