Aquatic Centre’s former operator takes builder to the High Court

The former operator of the National Aquatic Centre in Dublin is set to take a multimillioneuro High Court action against the firm that built the €62 million complex.

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Ian Kehoe

15th November, 2008

The former operator of the National Aquatic Centre in Dublin is set to take a multimillioneuro High Court action against the firm that built the €62 million complex. Dublin Waterworld, which was ousted as the operator of the state-owned centre in 2006, plans to initiate legal action against Bam Contractors, the construction and engineering firm that was previously known as Rohcon.

Dublin Waterworld will claim that it incurred losses as a result of structural defects in...

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