BAM makes a bang in turnover
TURNOVER at construction group BAM Ireland increased almost a third last year.
The group, one of the country's largest construction companies, yesterday reported turnover of €306m, along with a profit before tax of €7.5m.
BAM has been involved in a number of construction projects in the last year, including the Newlands Cross road project near Tallaght and the redevelopment of the Ulster Hospital in Belfast.
Theo Cullinane, BAM Group Ireland chief executive, said the company had a strong performance last year.
"Our strategy now is to grow revenue from private sector activity, while continuing our Public-Private Partnership investments," he said.
BAM's activities extend across Britain, Ireland and increasingly in the Middle East.