Gyproc began as Gypsum & Bricks in 1936 and has provided materials for some of the most iconic buildings on the island of Ireland. In 1965, BPB took a majority shareholding in Gypsum Industries and in 2005 we became part of the Saint-Gobain group; the world leader in design, production and distribution of construction materials. The brand subsequently changed to Gyproc and in 2010 the state of the art Saint-Gobain Technical Academy was opened in Ireland.
Since our conception in 1936, Gyproc has provided innovative, cost-effective and reliable products that meet the demands of the construction industry. We have been involved in many of the biggest and most prestigious commercial building projects on the island of Ireland since the 1940's including: Cork City Hall, The National Convention Centre, 3 Arena, The Aviva Stadium, Titanic Belfast, the Bord Gais Energy Theatre and the landmark Terminal Two at Dublin Airport.
Looking to the future, Gyproc is determined to remain at the forefront, as market leader, continuing to provide innovative and sustainable design solutions.