• 16 December 2013

Site development work commences for major distribution park at Killamonan

Work has commenced at Killamonan on the provision of enabling infrastructure Roads, footpaths, cycleways, water supply, drainage and other utilities. The project will open up lands zoned for employment for development and will facilitate construction of a planned major new food produce distribution centre.

Located within 500m of the Cherryhound Interchange on the M2 motorway, and fronting the M2-M3 link road, the site is ideally located to provide rapid access to the national road network.

Waterman Moylan is lead consultant responsible for the planning, design, construction procurement and contract administration for the site development works.
For further details, contact Joe Gibbons (j.gibbons@waterman-moylan.

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