Thursday February 20, 2020

Plans for motorway ‘not looking good’

Industry Correspondent The contractors behind the largest capital project in the state, due to start this year, have not yet lodged their business plan with the National Roads Authority (NRA).

2nd July, 2011

Industry Correspondent The contractors behind the largest capital project in the state, due to start this year, have not yet lodged their business plan with the National Roads Authority (NRA).

The Gort to Tuam public private partnership (PPP) motorway was due to have started construction early this year through the Balfour Beatty consortium, which is backed by the Royal BAM Group, a Netherlands-based construction contractor.

However, The Sunday Business Post revealed last February that the...

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