Construction worth 48m without a contract
Published:  02 February, 2010

DUBLIN: A high court judge described as 'astonishing' two companies undertaking construction and other works with an alleged value of 48m at a major development at Baldoyle in Dublin without any formal contract.

The court heard that Pierse Contracting and Gannon Homes relied on a one-page letter from Gannon's quantity surveyor for a development that included a hotel, supermarkets, town square, residences, offices, and car parks.

There are now major disputes about who did what, supplied what, and at what cost.

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