The Irish Construction News Top 40 Building Contractors 2021 listing is a snapshot of the building contractors’ sector of the Irish construction industry at the end of 2020.
According to John Sisk & Son CEO Stephen Bowcott, despite the difficult environment caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, the group’s construction arm delivered a good set of results.
Total Turnover: €1.503BN
ROI Turnover: €705.7M
International Turnover: €797.2m (UK €520.3M, Mainland Europe €276.9M)
Established in 1925, building contractor PJ Hegarty & Sons UC operates throughout Ireland and the UK, with offices in Dublin, Cork, Limerick and London. Its principal areas of operation are large complex projects in all sectors, including commercial, pharmaceutical, high-tech, hotel/leisure, residential and civil engineering
ROI Turnover: €553M
International Turnover: €11M
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
Total Turnover: €461M
ROI Turnover: €461M
John Paul Construction has enjoyed great success across various sectors and regions. In the south of Ireland, following the successful completion and handover of major projects for Edwards Lifesciences and Regeneron in Limerick, and Bausch + Lomb in Waterford, the company commenced work on two projects on the Eli Lilly campus in Dunderrow, Kinsale, and has returned to Pepsico’s plant in Carrigaline to construct a new production building.
Total Turnover: €447.8M
ROI Turnover: €363M
International Turnover: €84.8M
Established in 1810 and still a family-owned business, Collen has offices in Dublin, Germany and Sweden and employs 360 people. The company’s clients range from large multinational
corporations and private companies to local authorities and state bodies.