Bam Ireland takes €20m High Court action against National Children’s Hospital board

The construction company, which is the main contractor for the project, is going to court following an award of €20 million being made to it by an independent conciliator which the board has rejected

8th April, 2021
Bam Ireland takes €20m High Court action against National Children’s Hospital board
Only 20 per cent of the new National Children’s Hospital has so far been completed, with it unlikely to open until 2024, two years behind schedule

Bam Ireland, the main contractor for the new National Children’s Hospital (NCH), has begun legal proceedings in the High Court against the board of the hospital.

Only 20 per cent of the building on the site of St James’s Hospital in Dublin has so far been completed, with the new hospital now unlikely to open its doors until 2024, two years behind its original schedule.

It is understood Bam is going to court...

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