New Ross, Co Wexford. BAM is the preferred bidder for the town’s bypass

A consortium led by construction group BAM is in pole position to win a €220 million road building contract from the State. BAM has confirmed that the(...)

The difficulty for the Government will be how to deal with the problem without looking like it is caving into a construction industry

It is looking like a debate on public works contracts cannot be far off, if it has not already begun. Once again, it is a problem with its roots in th(...)

DIT’s new Grangegorman Campus, where Bam is to design and build a research facility. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Troubled construction multinational Royal Dutch Bam has ruled out a sale of its Irish arm as part of a group-wide cost-cutting drive intended to save(...)

Bam Ireland chief executive Theo Cullinane said its operations are profitable and its parent’s statement will have little impact on the business here.

Troubled construction giant Royal Bam is not ruling out a sale of its Irish subsidiary but says that claims it has already put the €300 million-a-year(...)

BAM chief executive Theo Cullinane said the company had managed to buck the industry trend during 2012. Photograph:  Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

Profits at building and engineering company BAM grew by almost 50 per cent to €5.9 million last year, the latest figures show.BAM Contractors, the Ir(...)

Theo Cullinane: “All construction is local. Why would I bring up a fellow from Kerry to plaster a house in Donegal?” Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

He probably wouldn’t admit it, but Theo Cullinane looks close to mastering the art of being in at least two places at once. The Corkman is chief execu(...)

Minister for Transport Leo Varadkar turned the sod on the Newlands Cross N7 flyover as well as the N11 dual carriageway from Arklow to Rathnew.   Photograph: Dan Sheridan/INPHO

Work officially began today on a scheme which will allow motorists to travel the length of the island without having to stop, as the last traffic ligh(...)

More than 1,000 new construction jobs will be created over the next two years as part of a major upgrade of the N11 and N7 road networks. Photo: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

More than 1,000 new construction jobs will be created over the next two years as part of a major upgrade of the N11 and N7 road networks. (...)