Graphene oxide (GO) is a promising nanomaterial that may be employed as a reinforcement in cementitious composites due to the oxygen functionalities connected to the floor of GO and its bodily traits. The affect of GO on concrete efficiency ought to be investigated additional. The workability, mechanical, sturdiness, and microstructure traits of cement concrete with the addition of GO at 0.025%, 0.05%, 0.075%, and 0.10% have been comprehensively investigated on this analysis. Compressive, break up tensile, and flexural strengths of the concrete mixes have been evaluated after 7 and 28 days of curing. The experimental findings demonstrated that introducing a small amount of GO to cement concrete remarkably improved the energy properties whereas reducing the workability. The addition of GO at 0.1% exhibited highest enchancment of compressive, break up tensile, and flexural strengths by 38.46%, 14.87%, and 12.07% at 28 days in comparison with management concrete, respectively. The water absorption and sorptivity of concrete mixes with GO addition have been measured and located to be considerably superior than the management concrete, demonstrating that GO considerably reduces the quantity of pore area. Scanning electron microscope, vitality dispersive X-ray microanalysis, X-ray diffraction evaluation, Fourier rework infrared spectroscopy, and thermogravimetric evaluation have been employed to review the microstructure of concrete mixes. The findings confirmed that including GO to concrete will increase hydration and helps within the manufacturing of a homogeneous and densified microstructure. In response to the findings of this examine, GO is able to serving as nano-reinforcement in cement concrete to enhance its efficiency.