BAM has been operating in Ireland for over 60 years and has delivered many of the country’s flagship infrastructure projects and landmark buildings. It employs over 3,000 people directly and indirectly. It is part of the Royal BAM Group of the Netherlands, with main operations in the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Belgium and Germany. Royal BAM Group’s turnover for 2020 is €6.8bn, and it employs around 18,000 people.

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As a leading construction, civil engineering, PPP and investment business, BAM Ireland’s sustainability objectives are to help public and private sector clients reduce carbon emissions, reduce material usage and enhance sustainability over the lifecycle of their buildings and infrastructure.

The contractor has built a strong reputation as the most sustainability-focused construction company in Ireland. This reputation, along with the award-winning quality of its work and technologically-driven innovative approach, has been central to its success in recent years. It is also the only construction company in Ireland to feature on CDP ‘A List’, which showcases companies leading on environmental transparency and action. The contractor has successfully retained this science-based mark over the past number of years. The CDP ‘A List’ is a proud badge of distinction in these times.

BAM is a platinum member of the Irish Green Building Council, which aligns with BAM’s desire to be a driving force behind the transformation of the Irish construction and property sector into a global leader in quality and sustainability.

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The Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Bridge (N25 New Ross Bypass PPP).


Recent Awards include:
  • Lee Point Student Accommodation – Winner, RIAI Architecture Awards 2021 – Living Category
  • Visual Control Tower, Dublin Airport – Winner, Building & Architect of the Year Awards 2021 – Building of the Year (Commercial).
  • Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Bridge (N25 New Ross Bypass PPP) – Winner, IABSE Awards 2021 – Outstanding Structure.


Its current onsite projects in Dublin include the New Children’s Hospital; Newmarket Square Development; Aparthotel, Little Mary Street; One Lime Street; The Shipping Office, Sir John Rogerson’s Quay; Green Acre Grange, Dundrum; Sweeney’s Corner Student Accommodation, Dublin 8; and the N3 Snugborough Interchange.

Elsewhere, BAM Ireland is currently engaged on the Horgan’s Quay Development, Cork; Carrigaline Western Relief Road; N5 Turlough to Westport JV; and N56 Dungloe to Cloghbolie Road Improvement Scheme.

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The New Children’s Hospital, Dublin.
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N5 Westport to Turlough joint venture.

No 3: Bam Ireland

ADDRESS: Head Office, Hartwell Lower, Kill, Co Kildare.

PHONE: 045 886400


LINKEDIN: BAM Contractors


KEY EXECUTIVES: Theo Cullinane, Chief Executive Officer; Lorna Cross, Chief Financial Officer; Tadhg Lucey, Chief Operating Officer (Civils/Safety).

KEY ACTIVITIES: General Building, Civil Engineering, PPP, Volumetric Housing, Facilities Management focusing on sustainability, industrialisation and digitalisation.

YEAR END: 31/12/2020


BAM Ireland Sustainability