This PPP involves the design, construction, financing, operation and maintenance of 32.1km of the M11 motorway, with sections of dual carriageway and the N80 Link Road routes, together with the design, construction and financing of the 8.0km single carriageway on the N30 route.
Undertaken by a BAM ACS Consortium it opened ahead of schedule on July 2019.
This scheme provides a high quality safe link within the South East region and ease congestion by bypassing Ferns, Camolin and Enniscorthy and will reduce travel times from Dublin to Wexford by up to 30 mins.
The main structural feature of the scheme is the crossing of the River Slaney combined with an adjacent crossing of the Dublin-Rosslare railway line.
The scheme comprises of a new motorway from the end of the Gorey Bypass at Clogh to the townland of Scurlockbush, south of Enniscorthy. The scheme also includes a bypass of the N30 to the west of Enniscorthy and a link road to the N80.
The construction of the M11 consisted of the following elements:
• 75 kilometres of motorway, dual carriageway & side roads
• 120 structures including under bridges, over bridges, rail bridges & culverts etc
• 5,000,000m3 of excavation
• 2 large grade separated interchange
• & nearly 1 million m2 of paving
This PPP agreement also includes a 25 year operation and maintenance contract.