Fallout 76 Concrete Locations – Where to Farm Concrete?

Here's where to farm concrete in Fallout 76

If you want to build camp items within the camps you can place down in Fallout 76; you will need one important resource called concrete. Luckily for those who need concrete in Fallout 76, it is not a hard resource to find and even farm. In fact, you can find large amounts of concrete via cement bags and other junk items in the following locations listed below. 

  • Monorail Elevator
  • Abandon Bog Town Workshop
  •  Grafton Steel and Grafton Steel Underground
  •  Poseidon Energy Plant WV-06 
  • Harpers Ferry
  • Top of the World
  • Clancy Manor
  • R&G Processing Services

The locations listed above are by far the best locations to farm concrete as you can find large amounts of bags of cement spread about the various locations.

Poseidon Energy Plant, however, has the most concrete out of all the locations, with a total of around 28 bags being present throughout the plant. Because of that, we recommend searching the plant completely before moving on to other locations on the list.

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However, if you want to gain a lot of concrete over time, we highly recommend claiming and also searching the area around the abandoned bog town workshop. 

We recommend claiming the workshop because there is three concrete extractors slots located at the abandoned bog town. So if you placed an extractor on all three slots, you could get a crapload of concrete over time. You can also search the town for 16 bags of cement which can then be scraped for 112 concrete as each bag of cement scraps into seven concrete.

For more on Fallout 76, check out How to get a backpack in Fallout 76 and Fallout 76 Assaultron Locations – Where to find them?

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