LMC Group – the rapidly expanding consortium of companies headed up by Martin Lydon and Stephen McConnell – have announced the expansion of their manufacturing business LMC Modular Ltd to produce modular homes, bathroom and kitchen pods that are currently in high demand across Ireland.
The company already has a thriving engineering and facilities management business and the owners believe that the company is transforming the market for these modular products.
LMC Modular Group is to take over the former Procter & Gamble factory in Nenagh, Co Tipperary, and is planning to expand its workforce by up to 200 people.
The company is based at an industrial site in Birdhill, Co Tipperary.
It currently employs 100 people at Birdhill but demands for its products have meant it will expand its workforce over the next three years.
Martin Lydon of LMC said: “It is a testament to the versatility and hard work of our current staff that we have decided to expand locally – the goodwill of the local people combined with support of Tipperary County Council, the planning office and the recent engagement of Enterprise Ireland have all combined to make the expansion to Nenagh the perfect fit for LMC.”
Stephen McConnell of LMC Group added: “The Infrastructure in Nenagh combined with its long successful history in manufacturing and access through the M7 to the national motorway system makes Nenagh the perfect location for LMC.”
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The company plans to move from building modular rooms to full turn-key housing solutions over the next 12 months in their new Nenagh facility.
Local Labour TD Alan Kelly said the company had been planning to expand in Limerick but had been convinced to instead invest in the new site in Nenagh.