BAM buys six new cranes as building sector soars

Builder to put €3m investment to work on city sites

24th April, 2016
Tommy Flaherty and John O’Sullivan of BAM Ireland with Duncan Salt of crane manufacturer Wolffkran (centre) PIcture: Maxwells

The majestic birds of the Irish skyline are back: construction giant BAM Ireland is investing €3 million in six new cranes. The additions will see its crane numbers boosted to 30.

BAM Ireland, a subsidiary of Royal BAM Group of the Netherlands, will use the acquisitions for its building work on Green REIT at Molesworth Street, the Capital Cinema in Cork for JCD and the Court Building in Waterford City. Each crane has a 70 metre...

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