Ground was broken today on Waterford’s North Quays Infrastructure Project in a ceremony led by Waterford City & County Council and Taoiseach Leo Varadkar. The project aims to establish Waterford as a leading city in economic, tourism, and sustainable development, while providing an estimated 200 new jobs as well as much-needed residential units.
Waterford City & County Council recently announced that the construction contract for the project has been awarded to BAM UK & Ireland, whom we will be working alongside of as the Mechanical, Electrical & Sustainable Design Engineers on the new Transportation Hub.
The project, which falls within the North Quays Strategic Development Zone (SDZ), will transform Waterford’s existing transport infrastructure by integrating train, bus, taxi, cycling and car parking facilities. It will also connect the North Quays to the heart of the city centre through a new sustainable transport bridge.
We look forward to our continued work with Waterford City & County Council, Iarnród Éireann Irish Rail, Roughan & O’Donovan, SH Architects and BAM UK & Ireland to create a sustainable new development with a lasting positive impact.