Mike started his working life as a general foreman and subsequently spent part of his early career in Australia before joining BAM in 1985 as a project manager. He became a construction director in 1997 and led BAM’s work on many high profile schemes including Great Ormond St Hospital, the Warner’s Stand  Lord’s, the Darwin Centre for the Natural History Museum, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and Coal Drops Yard at king’s Cross.

In his spare time Mike is a volunteer Skipper for the Rona Sailing Project that helps young and disadvantaged people to develop a sense of resourcefulness and responsibility through sailing experiences. He is also involved in Sailing for Mental Health and Sail 4 Cancer.

He has supported seven finalists for the Construction Manager of the Year Awards, many of whom have been medal winners.


“BAM has a professional and talented team in London who thrive on undertaking complex projects in a major, global, multicultural city. From New Scotland Yard to Buckingham Green to King’s Cross they continue to deliver, preserving London’s heritage and creating new facilities for our great city.”

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