Theo Cullinane, Chief Executive, BAM Contractors Ltd, will retire from his role in June of this year, after 43 years at the contracting giant, 13 of which were as CEO and chairman of Royal BAM Group’s operations in Ireland.
BAM Ireland has had another strong year, reporting turnover in 2018 of €523.6m (a 13% increase on 2017) and pre-tax profits of €14m.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 CIF Construction Safety Week 2016 Day 4 Twitter Highlights Some of the Twitter highlights from Day Four of CIF Construction Safety Week 2016, which focused on ‘Plant & Equipment Safety’. Tweets courtesy of BAM Ireland (@BAMContractors), CIF (@CIF_Ireland) , John Paul Construction (@johnpaulconst) and Hegarty Demolition […]
A consortium led by BAM has reached financial close with the National Roads Authority (NRA) for the €230 million N25 New Ross Bypass PPP project. All project and financing agreements have now been signed and the project implementation work can get underway immediately. The project will support up to 2,100 jobs locally and across the […]
BAM Ireland has won the contract to build the €350m M11 Gorey to Enniscorthy public-private partnership (PPP) motorway project. BAM will lead a consortium, including the Spanish infrastructure group, Iridium, and will begin construction in January 2016 with an expected completion date of 2019. Between 250 to 300 jobs will be created during the project’s duration. […]
The National Development Finance Agency (NDFA) and Courts Service in partnership with Enterprise Ireland are running a series of Meet the Buyer information and networking events connecting local suppliers to opportunities in the construction sector as part of the €135m Courts Bundle PPP Project. On June 12th 2015, BAM PPP PGGM was appointed as the […]