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Civil engineering firm collapses with €3.5m debts

A Limerick civil engineering company that was set up two years ago has collapsed with debts of more than €3.5 million.

11th November, 2006

A Limerick civil engineering company that was set up two years ago has collapsed with debts of more than €3.5 million.

Bluebird Construction, which worked as a sub-contractor for large construction companies, including Ascon and Sisk, was wound up at a meeting of its creditors in Limerick last week and a liquidator was appointed.

According to the company’s statement of affairs, Bluebird Construction owes employees €209,000 in back pay. It also owes the Construction Industry...

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