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Creditors’ meetings called for two O’Rourke firms

Limerick developer and yachtsman Ger O’Rourke has called creditors’ meetings for two of the main companies in his Chieftain Construction group after a fall-off in business.

1st January, 2011

Limerick developer and yachtsman Ger O’Rourke has called creditors’ meetings for two of the main companies in his Chieftain Construction group after a fall-off in business.

The creditors’ meetings for Chieftain Construction and Chieftain Construction Holdings are due to take place on Friday.

It is understood that the firms, which have projects in Ireland, Britain, the US and South Africa, will be wound up. O’Rourke, who founded Chieftain nearly 20 years...

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