Siac is one of Ireland’s best known  construction companies having worked on a number of high profile projects including the Aviva Stadium and the M4/M6 motorway

Building and engineering group Siac, which emerged from examinership in February, has said it is in profit and making significant progress.Its account(...)

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In a statement, Siac said “until this matter is resolved the company continues to trade normally with extended court protection”.

Building group Siac has said it intends to continue trading normally pending the outcome of a last-minute appeal that threatens to overturn a H(...)

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(...)

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(...)

Brian Harvey: has shown Grant Thornton that he can inject €9m into Siac. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Brian Harvey, founder of business support firm Siteserv, will become chairman of Siac, the distressed construction company, once a rescue deal s agree(...)