About

BAM Ireland is a wholly owned subsidiary of Royal BAM Group of the Netherlands and covers the entire spectrum of construction in Ireland.

Its subsidiary operating companies are:

Together, these operating companies rank in the top 2 of major Irish construction companies. BAM Building has its own Specialist Works Division.

BAM Ireland is the holding company for all BAM’s operating companies in Ireland.

BAM Ireland’s operating companies include: BAM Building; BAM Civil; BAM Fit-out; BAM Property; BAM M&E Services; BAM PPP; BAM FM; BAM Specialist Works and BAM Rail.

We employ over 2000 people directly and indirectly and turnover for 2015 was €384 million.

BAM Building ranks among the top two building contractors operating nationally and has carried out projects of the largest scale for the most prestigious of clients.

BAM Civil is the largest civil engineering contractor in Ireland. Projects include PPP motorway schemes, transportation, water & wastewater, marine, energy and rail projects.

Recent projects completed by BAM include: four schools under the Schools Bundle 4 PPP; the 28,000m2 Generic Ward Block at the existing Ulster Hospital; the 5,345m2 Clinical Research Facility and Translational Research Facility (CRF-TRF) at NUI Galway and the N11 Arklow Rathnew & N7 Newlands Cross PPP project.

BAM continues to be active in the Irish PPP market; it has already successfully delivered 6 projects to date: M1 Dundalk Western Bypass PPP Motorway; M7/M8 Portlaoise Motorway PPP and M25 Waterford Bypass PPP Motorway; The Newlands Cross/ N11 PPP Scheme; Schools Bundle 3 PPP and Schools Bundle 4 PPP.

BAM Ireland recently completed a number of JV projects with BAM International in the Middle East including Phase 1 of Terminal Four at Jebel Ali Port in Dubai and the design and construction of the Aqaba New LNG Terminal.

BAM Ireland is certified to OHSAS ISO 18001:2007 for Safety Management, ISO 9001:2008 for Quality Management and ISO 14001: 2015 for Environmental Management.

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