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Concrete is a crafting component in Fallout 4.


A tough and heavy rock-like material made from pulverized stone. Concrete is used in building several items in settlements, such as foundations for houses and water pumps, as well as statues and other decorations. The Wasteland Workshop add-on introduces a large number of additional items which require a fair amount of concrete to construct.


Miscellaneous object (see below)
Cement (varies)
Original item Yield Weight Yield/W
Bag of cement 5 8 0.625
Concrete 1 3 0.33
Shipment of 50 units 50 0
Shipment of 100 units Wasteland Workshop 100 0
Shipment of 200 units Wasteland Workshop 200 0


  • Concrete can be found throughout the wasteland in the form of a bags of cement. Another method of obtaining concrete is through scrapping broken down houses or cinder blocks. There are several cinder blocks littered in front of and to the right of the shack at Tenpines Bluff. Home Plate has a considerably large amount of cinder blocks lining the bottom floor of the house, and Graygarden has several cinder blocks scattered across the build area; also at the Castle, in the underground tunnels, there is a room with multiple shelves with seven bags of cement.
  • Often there will be "seats" around a cooking station. Moving the station will allow the Sole Survivor to find those extra cinder blocks and concrete.
  • About 11 bags of cement can be found in front of the Vault 114 door inside Park Street station.


Concrete can also be acquired by purchasing shipments from the following vendors.

Vendor Location Units
Connie Abernathy Abernathy farm 50
Daniel Finch Finch farm 50
Supervisor Greene Graygarden 50
Alexis Combes Vault 81 100 & 200 Wasteland Workshop
Brother Ogden Crater of Atom 100 & 200 Wasteland Workshop
Daisy Goodneighbor 100 & 200 Wasteland Workshop
Deb Bunker Hill 100 & 200 Wasteland Workshop
Mr Handy Science Center gift shop 100 & 200 Wasteland Workshop
Myrna or Percy Diamond City market 100 & 200 Wasteland Workshop
Opal in an alley west of Custom House Tower 100 & 200 Wasteland Workshop
Rufus Rubins Goodneighbor 100 & 200 Wasteland Workshop
Sister Mai The Nucleus 100 & 200 Far Harbor (add-on)
Trashcan Carla (various) 100 & 200 Wasteland Workshop
Trudy Drumlin Diner 100 & 200 Wasteland Workshop
Shelbie Chase Nuka-Town market 100 & 200 Nuka-World (add-on)
Katelyn Alden Nuka-Town market 100 & 200 Nuka-World (add-on)


The 50 unit shipments are three times more expensive per unit than the 100 unit and 200 unit shipments introduced by Wasteland Workshop. The 100 unit shipment is less expensive in absolute terms than the 50 unit shipment.