The N25O&M JV is a joint venture between BAM Ireland and Iridium, this joint venture also is the operating & maintenance company for the M11 Gorey to Enniscorthy PPP scheme.
BAM Ireland Profile
Established in 1958, following the successful completion of Wexford Bridge, BAM (formerly Ascon), is the largest civil engineering and public works contractor in Ireland.
BAM Ireland is a wholly owned subsidiary of Royal BAM Group of the Netherlands, which had a turnover in excess of €7.3 Billion in 2014 and employs in excess of 23,000 people worldwide.
BAM Ireland’s operating companies include: BAM Civil; BAM Building; BAM Fit-out; BAM Property; BAM M&E Services; BAM PPP; BAM FM; BAM Specialist Works and BAM Rail. BAM Ireland employ over 2000 people directly and indirectly and turnover for 2014 was €353 million.
BAM Civil prides itself on delivering quality projects safely, on time and within budget. Innovative solutions, engineering ingenuity, adherence to the highest safety and quality standards and professional construction management are the hallmarks of BAM contracts.
Iridium Company Profile
Iridium Concesiones de Infraestructuras, S.A. is the ACS Group company which develops, finances, invests in, manages, operates, administrates, maintains, conserves, restores and equips all types of government concessions involving transport and public works infrastructure.
Since 1967, when it ran the concession for the Bay of Cádiz Bridge, the ACS Group has been involved in infrastructure concessions. Since then it has run over 120 concessions for all types of transport and public works infrastructure in eighteen countries on four continents, gaining recognition as a world leader in the execution of these types of contract. These projects have involved a total material investment of over €47.7 billion and a commitment to invest over €5 billion.