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GreenOak provided BAM with a €19.6m loan for the development of the Counting House in Cork city.

London-headquartered real estate specialist lender GreenOak continues to grow its presence in Ireland with more than €80 million in lending completed (...)

Tánaiste Simon Coveney has urged people not to turn the delay in starting work on the Cork Event Centre into “a political football”. Photograph: Stephanie Lecocq/EPA

Work on a €80 million events centre planned for Cork will commence before the summer, Tánaiste Simon Coveney has said. He called for “cool heads” and(...)

The former Beamish & Crawford site in Cork.

A number of Cork business groups have come together to urge both the Government and Cork City Council to clarify what exactly is happening in relation(...)

The latest discoveries at the South Main Street site confirm Cork’s significance in the Hiberno-Norse world, archaeologist says

Cork was a significant centre for Vikings in Ireland with an urban centre that predates the Viking settlement in Waterford, a new report on the excava(...)

The project is located on the site of the former Beamish and Crawford brewery on South Main Street

Developers, BAM are seeking an extra €12 million in public funding to help build a 6,000 seat events centre, Cork City Council was told last night I(...)

Cranes are seen as a good measure of economic growth

Construction group BAM has purchased six new cranes in a €3 million deal that offers further evidence of a recovering economy. The deal means that BA(...)

Construction is expected to commence in November with final delivery due by November 2017

Construction and engineering group BAM has as expected won a State contract to build a number of courthouses in the State and refurbish several others(...)

The historic Beamish and Crawford site in Cork is one of the proposed sites for the event centre

A decision on where to locate a €50 million event centre in Cork looks set to be delayed following a decision by a global entertainment company to wi(...)

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(...)

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. (...)