Donohoe was warned of potential legal actions by Children’s Hospital builder

Documents show that BAM ‘laid the groundwork’ for a future High Court challenge against the state

8th March, 2020
Donohoe was warned of potential legal actions by Children’s Hospital builder
BAM failed in an attempt to resist an instruction to move to the next phase of building works. Picture: PA

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe was warned earlier this year that builder BAM had “laid the groundwork” for a future High Court challenge against the €1.7 billion National Children’s Hospital project, after the contractor failed in an attempt to resist an instruction to move to the next phase of building works.

Documents seen by the Business Post show that BAM last year “objected” to an instruction from the hospital board to...

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