Move not to affect operating company, Siac Construction, which emerged from examinership in February. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Properties formerly owned by building and engineering group Siac are to be sold after one of its banks took control of three companies split from t(...)

Siac is taking legal action against Polish national roads authority GDDKiA that could yield €113 million. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The High Court has paved the way for existing shareholders the Feighery family and new backers Ducales Trading and Colas to re(...)

Siac’s problems were a factor in the financial woes that in October forced it to seek High Court protection from its creditors and the appointment of an examiner. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Poland’s government yesterday sacked the head of its roads authority, which is being sued by Irish and European construction g(...)

Some of the estimated 20,000 people who walked through the 700m Limerick Tunnel on its open day in June 2010. Photograph: Liam Burke/Press 22

A toll road business that has received millions of euro in public money to compensate it for poor traffic numbers had a cash pile of €24.5 million at (...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Poland’s prime minister Donald Tusk at an EU Eastern Partnership Summit in Warsaw in 2011. Mr Kenny yesterday said he anticipated a “positive outcome” before the end of the year. Photograph: Peter Andrews/Reuters

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has raised the issue of serious delays in payment encountered by three Irish construction firms in Poland with the country’s prem(...)

In December 2010, as a shocked Ireland digested its EU/IMF bailout, the mood among the Irish in Poland was one of quiet optimism.In a Warsaw hotel, en(...)

The dismantling of a section of the Corrib Gas Line, at Aughoose, Co Mayo, in 2005. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commission has initiated an investigation into allegations that a former contractor supplied alcohol on behalf of Shel(...)

Outside the Siac headquarters in Clondalkin, Dublin, yesterday. Losses from a Polish €400 million roadbuilding project, which it was forced to cancel earlier this year, are threatening the 100-year-old group’s survival. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Troubled construction and engineering group Siac is set to seek High Court protection from its creditors today after a hearing scheduled for yesterday(...)

Siac Construction is one of the best known of Ireland’s construction companies with high-profile projects such as the Aviva Stadium. Photograph: Alan Betson

Siac Construction, one of Ireland’s largest construction groups, is expected to seek the protection of the courts this week, possibly as early as toda(...)

Siac Construction, who developed the Aviva Stadium, stuck to its strengths, shunning the temptation to leverage its earnings against the property bubble “easy money” of development. Photograph: Alan Betson

The sight of Siac, one of the giants of the Irish construction sector, limping into court, seeking the protection of examinership – most likely today (...)