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 Construction and eight related companies owed €42 million to three banks and an estimated €26 million to unsecured creditors when they sought High Court protection. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Siac’s future remains undecided after three creditors claiming they are owed a total of more than €30 million yesterday challenged a proposed rescue p(...)

The High Court appointed an examiner to Siac Construction and eight related companies late last year, giving them protection from creditors, including three banks owed €42 million and suppliers owed €26 million. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Troubled building group Siac’s main shareholders, the Feighery family, will take control of the business with the backing of a French-owned constructi(...)

The High Court appointed Michael McAteer of Grant Thornton as examiner to Siac Construction.

A consortium backed by French giant, Bouygues, looks poised to take over troubled building group, Siac, after the original preferred bidder for the co(...)

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 (...)

Everybody knows how hard it can be, on occasion, to get your message across to the right audience, but Finn Lyden of construction firm Siac has(...)