A city of the future with a rich past

While construction company Bam is playing a big part in some of the exciting new developments in Cork city, it is also helping to preserve important buildings from the past

16th June, 2019
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Theo Cullinane, chief executive at Bam, in City Gate Park in Cork which the company built Picture: Provision

For decades, Bam has been at the very heart of development in Cork. The company’s green and orange cranes are a regular sight towering above many of the new stock of landmark buildings currently under construction.

This is continuing Bam’s legacy of 60 years contributing to Cork’s built environment. When looking across Cork’s horizon, it would be hard to name any company that has contributed more to the modern face of the city...

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