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Google frustrated as it awaits Boland’s Quay completion date from BAM

Construction of the flagship €300m development was due to be finished in October 2019, but the tech giant has been given no completion date yet

Aaron Rogan

News Correspondent

@aarrogan
2nd February, 2020
Google‘s Boland‘s Quay development. Picture: Fergal Phillips

Google has yet to be given a date by developer BAM on when it can move into its flagship €300 million Boland’s Quay office towers, the Business Post understands.

The project was originally due to be finished by October last year and, according to sources familiar with the issue, there is frustration within Google about how the delay has been handled by the property developer.

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