Wednesday April 1, 2020

Concern over Nenagh bypass

The National Roads Authority (NRA) has expressed concern about the treatment of subcontractors working on the €425 million N7 Nenagh bypass.

14th February, 2009

The NRA and officials from Limerick County Council met Bothar Hibernian, the consortium selected to build the road, seeking reassurances that the consortium was paying subcontractors for all works carried out on the project. The NRA and the council have received a number of complaints from sub-contractors who have worked on the project.

One contractor, Lowry Piling, has issued High Court proceedings against the consortium in an effort to secure money it claims it is...

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