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Kevin Lagan acquires majority stake in UK timber frame manufacturer Business will provide synergies with Lagan’s FastHouse rapid build operation   Belfast construction entrepreneur Kevin Lagan has acquired a majority stake in a UK manufacturer of timber frame structures for an undisclosed sum. Mr Lagan bought the stake in Frame-Tech through his investment vehicle, Lagan

Breakfast Business with Vincent Wall – Newstalk 106-108 FM (Ireland) Date: 28 November 2018 @ 06:30     VW – FastHouse, the Derry-based company owned by entrepreneur Kevin Lagan, yesterday announced the successful completion of nearly 470 holiday lodges for the Center Parcs leisure venue in Co Longford in under 9 months. The company is

A new venture owned by businessman Kevin Lagan hopes to build 1,500 homes next year and is eyeing areas most hit by the housing shortage. Mr Lagan has invested €20 million in Limavady, Co Derry-based Fasthouse, a specialist in rapid-build homes, which has just finished work on 466 holiday lodges for main contractor, Sisk, at

Structural Timber Association has awarded FastHouse GOLD status in its STA Assure Membership and Quality Standards Scheme. Gold Accreditation demonstrates the commitment of FastHouse to meet and exceed current legislation and regulatory requirements, offering reassurances to the construction community, in particular to off-site build and timber frame build sectors. STA, the largest UK trade association

LIMAVADY manufacturer FastHouse has responded to ongoing growth in the business with the creation of 30 new jobs. The off-site construction manufacturer, who last month won a contract to build 470 holiday lodges at new Center Parcs in Longford is adding a new production line and a second shift in response to growing demand. The

FASTHOUSE COMMENT:  “Kevin Lagan has entered into an agreement with Breedon to sell his materials business, Lagan Group, for £455 million. Kevin is the majority shareholder at FastHouse, which is not part of the sale.”    SOURCE:   The construction firm Lagan Group has been sold to one of the biggest construction firms in the

The installation of a third production line at Northern Irish manufacturing firm, FastHouse, will lead to new production capability and capacity to help meet growing demand in off-site construction, in particular for supply to the housing market. FastHouse installed its third production line in November 2017, 12 months after commencing production for its first project. 


FastHouse has successfully delivered on the manufacturing and installation of its Closed Panel Timber Frame System at Lagan Homes’ Little Colliers site in Corby.

The Closed Panel Timber Frames were manufactured off-site at the FastHouse facility in Limavady, delivered to Corby in Northamptonshire by container and successfully installed in six days.

The Closed Panel Timber Frame System is the FastHouse core product. Closed panels are factory fitted with insulation, electrical conduits and electrical boxes and finished internally. The level of factory finishing is bespoke and can be adapted on a job-by-job basis to include factory installation of doors/windows, thermal break barriers and second fix electrical fittings. Other FastHouse products include: Open Panel Timber Frame, ThermFast Bonded Panels, Leisure Lodges and AFS Logicwall.

Little Colliers is the first English assignment for FastHouse, which not only resulted in high interest from a large number of prominent housebuilders but immediately lead to a large order of approximately 100 units for the year ahead.

FastHouse, a Northern Ireland modular housing firm based in Limavady, has exported its innovative new housebuilding solution to Ghana as it moves to secure mass housing and infrastructure related projects across Australasia, Africa and the Middle East. Ghana has sought international assistance in delivery and finance as the Government works to address a significant housing

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