Gorey to Enniscorthy M11 PPP Limited (the PPP Company) is a joint venture between Invesis (previously BAM PPP) and Iridium Concesiones de Infraestructuras.
We at BAM IRIDIUM are delighted to have been appointed by Transport Infrastructure Ireland – formerly the National Roads Authority – to design, build, finance, operate and maintain the new M11 Gorey to Enniscorthy PPP Scheme.
Our consortium brings together two market leading construction services organisations, The Royal BAM Group and ACS Group, both of whom have a long history and tradition in Ireland. Together we offer the strength and backing of international companies whilst also providing in-depth experience and knowledge of the Irish market place.
Invesis Company Profile
Our experts manage all aspects of an investment from development and financing to design, construction, maintenance, operations and all the way through to handback. Whether transportation, social infrastructure, energy transition projects or digital infrastructure, our team has the expertise, knowledge and commitment to ensure every project succeeds.
Invesis provides clarity, certainty and confidence in every project, so that our clients and partners can exceed expectations, deliver value and create a better future for us all. Find out more at www.invesis.com.
The M11O&M JV is a joint venture between BAM Ireland and Iridium.
BAM Ireland Company Profile
Established in 1958, BAM Ireland is the largest multinational construction business operating nationally with expertise and experience in the delivery of many of Ireland’s flagship infrastructural and building projects. Find out more at www.bamireland.ie
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 the ACS Group has been involved in infrastructure concessions. Since then it has managed 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.