Gordon Alexander, BAM’s Construction Manager on the 13,500-seat First Direct Arena in Leeds, has never shied away from a challenge.
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BAM built seven of the eleven main buildings in the development: working in a close partnership with the owner and developer Argent PLC.
BAM has been trialling the use of BIM for Facilities Management (FM): with benefits that could last throughout a building’s life cycle.
The site’s rich industrial history was a challenge, requiring a close working relationship with local authorities, English Heritage and archaeologists.
It was essential to retain the character of the Grade II listed Africa House in Central London
With 350,000 passengers passing through Waterloo Station daily, removing existing retail outlets from the main concourse and building a 220 metre balcony with 18 retail outlets was a challenge for the BAM team.
Behind the sign, the slab-sided, 1962 office block is too large for the Met’s current needs and would need a multi-million pound refurbishment to bring it up to modern standards.
A £33m retail and residential project is breathing new life into the West Midlands town of Solihull.
BAM built a new 700-pupil multi-faith, Sikh ethos high school in Birmingham with a real, positive difference.
How do you breath new life into a successful city-centre venue without having to close it for months on end?
At Morriston Hospital in Swansea, BAM is involved at every level. From car parks and offices to the flagship new entrance.
By around 2007 it was clear that the force had outgrown its old custody suite and divisional headquarters at Queens Gardens in the centre of Hull.
Derelict land transformed into operational and workforce development centres.
The current owner, BAE Systems, has invested millions to transform Samlesbury into a state-of-the-art production site.
BAM is one of a small number of preferred bidders for MAG’s capital delivery framework, which not only covers Manchester, but also London Stansted, East Midlands and Bournemouth airports.
When it opened in 2013, the Co-operative Group’s 16-storey head office was recognised as the world's greenest building.
It’s no coincidence that the stunning new hotel BAM recently built in the heart of Nottingham University’s wooded campus is called The Orchard. It all started with an apple.
The goal is long-term sustainability: providing up to 400 young players with coaching, fitness, accommodation and education, on what used to be an overlooked and polluted 80 acre site.
Building the new 7,600m2 National Graphene Institute, that will house state-of-the-art research facilities for graphene, the newly discovered wonder material, is no easy task.
140 years on, RAMM turned to BAM to help it progress into the 21st Century, with an ambitious ten-year redevelopment programme