Saturday December 14, 2019

Probe into building of Google’s €300m Boland’s Mill offices

BAM Building Ltd has told local representatives that it has identified “an issue” that requires remediation work in certain parts of the structure

Aiden Corkery

Political Correspondent

@aiden_corkery
20th October, 2019

An investigation has begun into construction problems at Google’s flagship €300 million Boland’s Mill offices - with similar issues said to have cropped up at other building sites across Dublin.

BAM Building Ltd has told local representatives that it has identified “an issue” that requires remediation work in certain parts of the structure, which is set to house up to 2,500 workers once completed.

While BAM hoped the issue would...

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