BAM Construct has been selected to build a new Learning Centre for BP. The contractor will deliver the Learning Centre at BP’s International Centre for Business and Technology in Sunbury-on-Thames. The Centre will provide a 4,000 square metre learning environment for BP’s employees.
BAM construction manager Adam Harding said: “After a rigorous selection process, we are delighted to have been selected by a blue chip client such as BP on grounds of safety, quality and working culture.
“We look forward to delivering this important centre for BP.” The project is due to start on site imminently and complete early 2014.
BAM's other recent blue chip clients include companies such as BAE Systems, Imperial Tobacco, Rolls-Royce, Argent, Derwent and the Co-Operative Group.