BAM Ireland is the largest multinational construction business operating nationally with expertise and experience in the delivery of many of Ireland’s flagship infrastructural and building projects. With best-in-industry capabilities, we help public and private sector clients reduce carbon emissions and enhance sustainability over the lifecycle of their buildings and infrastructure.

BAM Ireland employ over 3070 people directly and indirectly and turnover for 2021 is €633 million. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Royal BAM Group of the Netherlands and is listed on the Euronext Amsterdam exchange. Group Revenue for 2021 is  €7.3 billion and it employs around 18,000 people with main operations in the Netherlands, Ireland, UK, Germany & Belgium.

Recent projects include: The 49,000m2 Hi-tech HQ campus at Leopardstown; The NCH Satellite Centres at Blanchardstown  and Tallaght; The 2,766m2 Visual Control Tower at 87m high, Dublin Airport; The 14,000m2 Navigation Square Block A in Cork; the 30,000m2 Acute Mental Health Inpatient Centre at Belfast City Hospital; the 37,000m2 Boland’s Quay Development; the N11 Gorey to Enniscorthy PPP  and the N25 New Ross PPP Schemes.

Ongoing projects include: The 160,000m2 New Children’s Hospital (NCH); New Maternity Hospital at Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast; Aparthotel Little Mary Street; Newmarket; One Lime Street; The Shipping Office; Green Acre Grange Dundrum; Sweeneys Corner; Athy Distributor Road; N3 Snugbourough Interchange; Carrigaline Western Relief Road; N5 Turlough to Westport JV & N56 Dungloe to Cloghbolie Road Improvement.

BAM continues to be active in the Irish PPP market; it has already successfully delivered 9 projects to date:

In joint venture with our sister company BAM international, BAM Ireland completed the Museum of the Future in Dubai. Other JV projects completed in the Middle East include: Hazza Bin Zayed Stadium & Mixed-use Development, Abu Dhabi; Phase 1 of Terminal Four at Jebel Ali Port in Dubai and the Aqaba New LNG Terminal.

BAM Ireland is certified to ISO 45001:2018 for Occupational Health & Safety Management, ISO 9001:2015 for Quality Management and ISO 14001: 2015 for Environmental Management.

BAM strategic plan 2021-2023: Building a sustainable tomorrow

Increased profitability and continued de-risking by focus on markets and projects where BAM has proven competitive strengths, creating a platform for future growth.