Builder BAM’s Corkonian roots run deep
The construction business BAM has had a big presence in the city since it was founded more than six decades ago, writes Graham Clifford
BAM, one of Ireland’s largest construction businesses, has had a major presence in Cork dating right back to when it was established more than 60 years ago. BAM employs more than 4,000 people directly and indirectly, and the company’s turnover is expected to grow to €550 million this year.
The latest project safely delivered by BAM in the city was the €34 million redevelopment of the Cork Courthouse, which was officially opened by...
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