Larkin Engineering has been a leader in the Steel Fabrication and Street Furniture markets since 1986. Our durable street furniture range is designed and manufactured at our purpose built 20,000 square ft. premises in Tuam, Co. Galway. Noel Larkin originally began repairing farm machinery for the farmers of Tuam. Initially when Noel entered the street furniture market he started fabricating Litter bins and he has grown the company to be the market leader in the street furniture market in Ireland with a vast range of robust well designed street furniture including Bollards, Bicycle shelters & Outdoor seating.
Larkin Engineering use many different materials in our street furniture range including mild steel, Stainless Steel, Aluminium & Galvanised. We offer full customisation to all our products and if you have a particular design in mind we have a full in-house design team to bring that idea to life. Over the years Larkin Engineering has invested a lot in machinery to ensure that we can offer our customers a solution, in-house, to whatever problems they may have. Today the Larkin family remains committed to continuing the tradition of manufacturing innovative and quality products for both the public & private sector.
In 2008 Larkin Engineering won the Irish Exporters Associations First flight Exporter of the year award as a result of our success in penetrating the UK market. More recently Larkin Engineering was awarded the contract by the national transport association to supply 316L Grade stainless steel bus poles, display cases & head plates throughout Ireland. The contract value on this is estimated to be €2.2 million. Larkin Engineering has also been very successful tendering in the street furniture market. Some of the tenders we currently hold are with Bus Eireann, Belfast City Council, Iarnrod Eireann, Durham County Council to name a few.
Larkin Engineering is fully accredited to both ISO 9001:2008 & 14001 which outlines our companies commitment to manufacturing quality street furniture with the minimum impact on the environment.
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|Bam Construction||Dublin City Council||Argyll and Bute Council|
|Burke Building & Civil Eng.||South Dublin County Council||Belfast City Council|
|Burkeway Construction Limited||Dunlaoghaire Rathdown Co.Co||Birmingham City Council|
|James Stewart Construction||Galway City & County Council||Boston Borough Council|
|J.J. Rhatigan & Company Ltd.||Cork City & County Council||Cambridge City Council|
|John Sisk & Son Limited||Kerry County Council||Chester-Le-Street District Co|
|Matthew Sheedy Construction Ltd||Donegal County Council||Derby City Council|
|Mc Ginty & O'Shea Ltd||Kilkenny City & County Council||District of Harborough|
|P. Elliott & Company Limited||Limerick City Council||Fermanagh District Council|
|Paddy Burke Construction Ltd||Limerick County Council||Halton Borough Council|
|Park Developments||Mayo County Council||Kirklees Metropolitan Council|
|Prospect Hill Construction||North & South Tipperary Co. Co.||Nottingham City Council|
|Purcell Construction||Westmeath County Council||Rochdale Metropolitan Borough Co|
|TBD Building Contractors||Wexford Borough Council||South Tyneside Council|
|The Bowen Group||Wicklow County Council||Tewkesbury Borough Council|
|SIAC Construction||Fingal Co. Council||Wrexham Borough Council|
|Helbre Construction||Cavan Co. Council||Derwentside District Council|
|Go Play Ltd.||Louth Co. Council||Manchester City Council|
|McNamara Construction||Meath Co. Council|