FastHouse, the Northern Ireland off-site building firm- has completed work on almost 500 lodges at Ireland’s first Center Parcs.
The firm built 466 lodges at the new Center Parcs leisure village in Longford in under nine months, working on 10 different types of accommodation at Center Parcs.
They began work at the €233m leisure attraction in January, in the company’s first venture into the Republic of Ireland market.
FastHouse revealed it was making “significant investment” to be able to operate fully in the Republic housebuilding market.
The firm said that during 2019, it will be able to deliver 1,500 units “with significantly lower costs and reduced construction time”.
FastHouse revealed its ultimate aim is to become the largest producer of off-site panelised wall systems in Ireland and the UK.
The company is also working on residential developments across Northern Ireland and the UK, including building holiday lodges at the award-winning Killyhevlin Lakeside Hotel & Spa in Enniskillen.
The Limavady-based company is part of Kevin Lagan’s group of companies.
Earlier this month, Kevin Lagan and his sons announced they had set up a vehicle for investments after selling the majority of their other interests for £455m. Lagan Group sold its cement, quarrying and aggregates business to Breedon Group. However, the family company retained ownership of housebuilding firm Lagan Homes, as well as FastHouse.