National Children’s Hospital board takes builder to court
High Court action over dispute with BAM being taken ‘to defend the public purse’
The board of the €1.7 billion National Children’s Hospital project has been “left with no other option” but to take a High Court case against the project‘s contractor, BAM, “in order to defend the public purse“
It is understood the National Paediatric Hospital Development Board (NPHDB) is looking to the courts for clarity over an issue that cannot be resolved between the parties, as all of their...
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