Port tunnel costs

24 April 2008

As the dublin portTunnel, the Republic of Ireland, prepares to open, investigations have revealed that over half the € 752 million spent constructing the tunnel went on legal fees, environmental reports, construction supervisors and underground land costs, reports the Irish Independent.

According to a statement on the National Roads Authority website, “This [€ 752 million] is the total of the construction tender, € 448 million for construction and € 304 million for project costs including construction supervision, land acquisition, insurances, legal fees, EIS and pre- planning investigations.”

The long-awaited opening of the Dublin Port Tunnel is expected to take place at the end of October or early November.

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