Limerick-based Roadbridge gets infrastructure contract for €233m Irish holiday project
Holiday company Center Parcs has awarded its first major contract ahead of the construction of its Co Longford holiday village.
The company, which is building a €233 million village at Newcastle Wood in Co Longford, has given an infrastructure contract to Limerick-based Roadbridge Civil Engineering & Building Contractors, which will comprise earthworks, road and path networks, utilities, drainage system, the lake and building platforms.
Development works are expected to begin in May, with work on the holiday village set for completion in two years. The finished project will cater for up to 2,500 guests, with 500 lodges, more than 100 indoor and outdoor activities, a spa, restaurants and cafés, and a subtropical swimming environment.
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