Kildare firm set to create up to 2,500 jobs on Wexford motorway deal

The €350million National Transport Authority contract awarded to a Kill based company is expected to create up to 2,500 jobs. BAM Ireland, headquartered in Kill, is to construct the  M11 Gorey to Enniscorthy motorway. The long-awaited Wexford project is due to start this January. Works  will involve the design, construction, financing, operation and maintenance of 31.4km of the M11 motorway, with sections of dual carriageway and the N80 Link Road routes, together with the design, construction and financing of the 8km single carriageway on the N30 route.

BAM has been involved in a number of Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) in Ireland, including the Newlands Cross junction in Dublin, the M1 Dundalk western bypass, the M7/M8 Portlaoise bypass and the N25 Waterford bypass PPP motorway schemes.

Last year, it constructed eight schools in Ireland under a PPP bundle and it recently commenced works on the design, building, financing and maintenance of another four.

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