BAM has operated in Ireland for over 60 years and employs over 3,000 people directly and indirectly. A part of a €7bn multinational company, it has the ability to deliver on the ground to its Irish customers, but it also has access to the diverse international expertise and support of Royal BAM Group.

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Sustainability at BAM Ireland

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. Its purpose is to create sustainable environments that enhance people’s lives, wanting to leave a positive impact on the communities and biodiversity where it works.

Bolands Quay
Bolands Quay, Dublin.

BAM has once again been commended for its climate action, achieving a leadership place on CDP’s prestigious “A List” for climate change.

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.

BAM Ireland
The Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Bridge (N25 New Ross Bypass PPP).
County House Brewery Quarter Cork
County House Brewery Quarter, Cork.

BAM Ireland awards

Recent awards won by BAM Ireland include:

  • Facilities Management Awards 2022, BAM FM, Courts Bundle PPP, Client and Service Provider Partnership of the Year
  • Irish Concrete Society Awards 2021, Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Bridge, Winner- Infrastructural Category
  • Structural Awards 2021, Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Bridge, Winner – Vehicle Bridges Category.

BAM Ireland projects

Its current onsite projects include the New Children’s Hospital; Newmarket Square; Lime Street, The Shipping Office; Green Acre Grange; Horgan’s Quay; N3 Snugborough Interchange; N5 Westport to Turlough Road; N26 Cloongullane Bridge Realignment; Athy Distributor Road and Leixlip Water Treatment Plant.

Alasdair Henderson
Alasdair Henderson, Executive Director, BAM Contractors Ltd.


In March of 2022,the executive board of Royal BAM Group appointed Alasdair Henderson executive director of BAM Ireland. Henderson, a chartered civil engineer, has spent 26 years in Royal BAM Group serving in a variety of operational and business leadership roles, including divisional director of BAM Ritchies, people and culture director at BAM Nuttal, and most recently as global director HR business partnering in the civil engineering business line.

BAM Ireland
The New Children’s Hospital, Dublin.
BAM Ireland
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: Alasdair Henderson, Executive Director; Lorna Tyrrell, Finance Director.

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

YEAR-END: 31/12/2021