BAM picked for Microsoft’s $110m Irish headquarters

Royal BAM Group announced yesterday (4 August) that its Irish subsidiary BAM Building had been awarded a contract by Microsoft Ireland to construct an office facility worth more than $110m.

What Microsoft’s new Irish base will look like (Source: Microsoft)

A spokesperson for the Dutch company said that its agreement with Microsoft prevented it from announcing any further details of the reward, when the project would begin or how long it would take.

BAM recently won a contract to build a sea lock worth about $500m. The lock is located in the port city of IJmuiden in the province of North Holland. Bam is undertaking half of the work, and its fellow Dutch contractor VolkerWessels will carry out the rest.

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