Work in progress at the national children’s hospital site at St James’s earlier in 2019. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Profits at BAM Ireland, builder of the seriously over-budget national children’s hospital, fell 12 per cent last year to €13.7 million, the latest fig(...)

Bam’s bid for the hospital project was €178 million lower than the next highest bid received, from contractor John Sisk. Photograph:  Brian Lawless/ PA Wire

Senior executives at Bam’s Dutch parent company have forcefully rejected claims that costs at the national children’s hospital project are running out(...)

National Children’s Hospital at St James’s. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Rising costs left profits at National Children’s Hospital builder BAM Contractors trailing at €16 million last year, according to its latest figures. (...)

Paddy McKillen

Developers Paddy McKillen and Tony Leonard are joining forces with builders BAM on a €160 million apartment and commercial construction project. HQ D(...)

Construction business BAM Ireland posted double-digit growth in both turnover and profits last year, following a series of contract wins at home and a(...)

Contract follows BAM’s recent completion of the €250 million Arklow to Rathnew section of the M11 motorway. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

A consortium led by construction group BAM Ireland has signed a contract with the National Roads Authority (NRA) for the €350 million M11 Gorey to Enn(...)

Mr Justice Max Barrett, in ruling BAM was entitled to disclosure of documents, said among the key issues was whether the NTMA had discretion to accept late tenders

A company involved in the public/private partnership sector has brought a High Court challenge over a decision to award a major contract to a firm whi(...)

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(...)

Twenty-five small to medium subcontractors are owed substantial money by construction giant BAM for work on the Tralee bypass.

Twenty-five small to medium subcontractors are owed substantial money by construction giant BAM for work on the Tralee bypass, one of the few major(...)