Wednesday June 3, 2020

Flurry of new pyrite lawsuits lodged against Irish Asphalt

More than 700 pyrite actions have been lodged against the company and related firms in the Lagan Group

31st August, 2017
Dublin City Council has spent around €9 million repairing pyrite damage in social housing estates Pic: RollingNews.ie

Defective pyrite infill material can cause subsidence and cracks in the walls of a building. Dublin City Council has to date spent around €9 million repairing damage from pyritic heave in social housing estates.

Irish Asphalt is currently the subject of a wind-up petition following a judgment order over the supply of defective construction infill containing excessive pyrite. James Elliott Construction Ltd (JECL) has applied for a liquidator to be appointed to the insolvent materials...

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