Archaeology company sues Supermac’s over plaza survey

Shanarc Archaeology alleges the company is owed more than €33,000 for work on Supermac’s Portlaoise Plaza site on the M7 motorway

19th December, 2021
Archaeology company sues Supermac’s over plaza survey
Pat McDonagh, chief executive of Supermac’s at the Galway Plaza: no comment on fees claim matter. Picture: Michael Dillon

An archaeology company is suing Supermac’s over the alleged non-payment of fees relating to work at a motorway plaza in Co Laois.

Shanarc Archaeology Limited initiated High Court proceedings against Supermac’s earlier this year, alleging that it is owed more than €33,000 for archaeological investigations and excavation work conducted on the fast-food chain’s Portlaoise Plaza site. It is seeking enforcement of an adjudicator’s decision under Section 6 of the Construction Contracts Act....

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