Welcome to Breagh Recruitment

Breagh Recruitment is an innovative, niche recruitment company, based in Armagh, working with construction companies across Ireland & the UK, helping them build and maintain the infrastructure they require.

With an ethos built on Flexibility, Hard Work and Common Sense, along with a wealth of construction recruitment experience.


  • Excellent Recruitment Company, My experience of working with Cathal McKeever was exceptional. From initial contact until he successfully secured my job as a Site Engineer, he took all the hassle and stress involved in job-hunting out of it. He went above and beyond to ensure I was prepared for interviews and provided an approachable but professional service. Highly recommended!!!

    Site Engineer
  • Breagh Recruitment offered a great Recruitment experience, in particular dealing with Cathal McKeever. Having being contacted swiftly after my initial application, securing an interview and accommodating my needs as I was overseas at the time. Highly Recommended!!!

    Design Engineer
  • Cathal is one of the few Recruiters who actually understands the requirements of the job vacancy and was able to correlate it to my particular skill-set. He is way beyond just checking for matching buzzwords in the job description and CV. Excellent service and support, whenever and wherever I needed it, any time of the day. Highly Recommended!!!

    Senior Engineer
March 23, 2018
Metrolink route map

Details of Metrolink emerging preferred route announced

National Transport Authority (NTA) and Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) are announcing details of the Emerging Preferred Route for MetroLink, the metro service that will run from […]
March 14, 2018
increase in jobs Ireland

Job creation spike in Ireland’s construction industry

Constructors have responded to rising workloads by taking on extra staff. Business expansion plans were also mentioned by some firms. The rate of job creation was […]
January 19, 2018

Carillion bankers set up £225m fund to help subcontractors

Bankers who refused to lend Carillion more cash have set up a £225m fund to help subcontractors and suppliers caught up in the contractor’s collapse. Lloyds […]