Niamh Burke

Niamh Burke | Construction Lawyer | Arthur Cox | Dublin, Ireland
  • Niamh Burke
  • +353 1 920 1111
  • Arthur Cox, Ten Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2, D02 T380, Ireland


Niamh has over 20 years experience in contentious and non-contentious construction law. She has advised on many of the major infrastructure and construction projects in Ireland including those procured through public private partnerships. Prior to joining Arthur Cox Niamh was head of the Construction Department in a City of London law firm. During her career Niamh has undertaken secondments with a number of international companies including Exxon.


Niamh’s experience includes advising the following:

  • Viridian Group on the construction, operation and maintenance and long term service arrangements for the 343MW CCGT Huntstown Phase I Power Project and the 401.5MW CCGT Huntstown Phase II Power Project.
  • Bord Gais Eireann on the design, construction and commissioning of a new 445mW CCGT White Gate Power Station.
  • Endesa Ireland Limited on the design and construction of a new CCGT Power Station at Great Island, Wexford.
  • Developers of and lenders to biomasss and CHP projects in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.
  • The developer of a 70MW wind farm in Chile.
  • Eco Wind Power on the construction and operation of their wind farm projects in Ireland.
  • St Vincents Healthcare Group on the procurement of a new private hospital and a new ward block for the public hospital.
  • Investors and lenders to various wind farm projects.
  • International and Irish Pharmaceutical companies on new and re-developed manufacturing facilities.
  • Wind turbine suppliers on suitability of their standard forms for use in Ireland.
  • The procuring authority for wastewater schemes in Meath, Tipperary and Cavan.
  • Various PPP projects including the National Conference Centre and Cork School of Music.
  • BCL, 1982, University College, Dublin
  • Admitted as a solicitor in Ireland, 1987
  • Admitted as a solicitor in England & Wales (non-practising), 1995