CESAS is a civil engineering and building contractor, specialising in industrial buildings and reinforced concrete structures. We also undertake all other site works within our buildings projects such as excavations, buried services and site finishes.

Our business was founded in concrete structures for the water and wastewater sector, expanding further into the power sector. It is in these sectors that we developed our experience of industrial buildings.

Significant national investment in renewable energy in recent years has led us into contracts for wind turbine foundations and sub-station control buildings. These contracts comprise of a total of 389 turbine foundations on 23 wind farms requireing the placement of 164,320m³ of concrete and the tying of 21,680 tonnes of steel reinforcing. In the same period, we have constructed 19 wind farm control buildings from 68m² to 750m² in both traditional masonry construction and structural steelwork with sheet cladding.

In addition to wind farm projects, in recent years we have constructed a reinforced concrete suspended jetty structure with McLaughlin and Harvey in Teesport, a ferry terminal building on the Isle of Skye and retaining wall structures as part of the Edinburgh Trams project. In the water and wastewater sector CESAS has completed combined sewage overflow structures within the streets of Glasgow with Farrans and siphon chambers for a new water aqueduct in West Lothian. For flood alleviation, we are working with Lowry and NI Rivers Agency on new storm culverts and structures in the Greater Belfast area. CESAS undertakes projects covering a wide range in contract value.

We are very much a solutions focused company working with clients and design teams to ensure the project objectives are delivered. We are committed to delivering quality, cost effective solutions within a safe and environmentally aware working environment.