BAM to deliver Visual Control Tower at Dublin Airport

Bunnik, the Netherlands, 8 December 2017 Ė The Irish Aviation Authority has awarded the construction of the new Visual Control Tower (VCT) at Dublin Airport to BAM Ireland, the Irish operating company of Royal BAM Group nv. The contract value is Ä27 million.

Designed by Dublinís Scott Tallon Walker Architects, the new VCT comprises three separate but integrated building elements: the control cab and associated elements, the cab supporting shaft and a base building. The base building will accommodate staff facilities, electronic systems and mechanical plant space to provide control of the building environment. The overall height of the VCT structure will be 87 metres. Site works will include a new car park and a new security station.

Construction activities have already commenced. BAM Ireland expects to complete the project in early 2019.


About BAM
Royal BAM Group nv is a construction company with ten operating companies, active in Construction and Property, Civil engineering, as well as in Public-private partnerships.
BAM has leading positions in five European home markets: the Netherlands, Belgium, the United Kingdom, Ireland and Germany. Furthermore, the Group delivers projects in Denmark, Luxembourg and Switzerland, while BAM International operates in niche markets worldwide.
Sustainability and innovation are major drivers of BAMís design, construction and facility management solutions. The Group has an aspiration to become the market leader in the use of digital technology to ensure that clients receive the highest possible standards of quality.
BAM has annual revenues of more than Ä6.5 billion, employs approximately 20, 000 people and is listed on Euronext Amsterdam.
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