2000

100 Wood Street, London

2000

We built 100 Wood Street, the first Norman Foster designed building to start on site in the City of London. The dramatic nine storey high-quality office for Helical Bar plc was clad in glass and Portland Stone.

2000

Hippodrome Theatre, Birmingham

2000

A £26m contract to redevelop the Hippodrome Theatre, built in 1899. Redevelopment works included refurbishing the preserved 1,860 seat Edwardian auditorium; rebuilding of the front of house foyers, restaurants and bars; improving rear stage facilities; and Nightingale House, a seven-storey extension containing the Patrick Centre (a 200-seat studio theatre), as well as a centre for the prevention and treatment of dance injuries.

2000

Auditorium, Royal Opera House, London

2000

A £9m contract to restore the Royal Opera House auditorium and fit out the front of house areas on this complex refurbishment project. We had to work closely with other trade contractors because of the limited access into and out of the building.

2000

Derby Police Headquarters, St Mary’s Wharf, Derby

2000

The four-storey headquarters project involved the design, construction, finance, operation and maintenance of a new purpose-built 8,000m2 police station and Divisional Headquarters.

2001

Museum of London Docklands

2001

We redeveloped the three storey Grade I listed Georgian 'low' sugar warehouses, on the fringe of the Canary Wharf metropolis to house the Museum of London Docklands.

2001

Dunnes Stores, Glasgow

2001

One of the 155 Dunnes Stores, Ireland’s largest and leading retailer providing fashion, food and homewares in one location, located on Glasgow’s famous Style Mile.

2001

The Venue Leisure Centre, Borehamwood

2001

This iconic centre houses a wide variety of leisure and arts activities including a 25m public swimming pool with spectator seating, training pool with floating floor, health and fitness rooms, dance studio, leisure water, bar, cafe and reception suite.

2002

Hereford, Worcestershire and Kidderminster Magistrates’ Courts

2002

A ’pathfinder’ Private Finance Initiative (PFI) scheme involving law courts at Hereford, Worcester and Kidderminster, as well as an associated office block at Kidderminster and the refurbishment of the existing courthouse at Redditch.

2002

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow

2002

Now the UK’s most visited museum outside of London, we converted the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum’s former storage at lower ground level into galleries and ancillary accommodation which released valuable areas on the upper ground and first floors for new gallery space. It was re-opened by Her Majesty the Queen in 2006.

2002

8, 7 and 10 Brindleyplace, Birmingham

2002

Seven and Ten Brindleyplace won the British Council Offices (BCO) Award for Best Commercial Workplace 2005. The 14 storey Eight Brindleyplace was the first mixed office and residential building to include serviced apartments on the development.

2002

Walker Art Gallery refurbishment, Liverpool

2002

We began the major refurbishment of the Walker Art Gallery in 1999, part of the National Museums Liverpool Into the Future project. We built new temporary exhibition galleries and extensively refurbished 17th century galleries.

2003

Cheshire Constabulary Headquarters and Force Training Centre, Winsford

2003

After extensive consultation with the Police Authority, the Constabulary, planning bodies, end-users and the public, BAM transformed a greenfield site into a state-of-the-art police headquarters and training centre which now operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The 23,000m2 premises accommodates over 1,000 personnel, in more than 50 departments. We are still maintaining the services to this day.

2003

Derby and Chesterfield Magistrates’ Courts

2003

A Private Finance Initiative (PFI) scheme for the Lord Chancellor’s Department, we built seven new courthouses at Chesterfield and custody holding, probation and administration facilities. We also refurbished the existing 15th century Derby courthouse as part of this scheme, to improve circulation at the 11 court facility.

2004

Warwickshire Justice Centre, Nuneaton

2004

The first multi-agency justice centre to be built in the country, the four storey Justice Centre we built includes a police station, custody suites, magistrates' courts and offices and basement parking.

2005

InfoLab21, Lancaster University, Lancaster

2005

The BAM-built InfoLab21 won the national British Council for Offices Best Corporate Workplace prize and has achieved a BREEAM Excellent rating. The copper-clad building with its distinctive bronze windows, includes state-of-the-art computer facilities, 6200m2 of office space and a glass atrium with self-cleaning windows.

2005

Matthew Boulton College, Aston, Birmingham

2005

Named after Matthew Boulton, a prominent local industrialist of the Industrial Revolution, the 1960s building was no longer fit for purpose. We demolished it and started construction in January 2004, completing it by July 2005 to allow the building to be opened to 15,000 students for the new academic year in September 2005. It received the RIBA\LSC Award for the best designed Further Education Building in 2008.

2005

Burns Unit, Children’s Hospital, Birmingham

2005

Following our completion of the new paediatric burns unit, the project received CIAT (Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists) award for technical excellence in 2008.

2007

Roland Levinsky Building, Plymouth

2007

A focal point for the University of Plymouth campus, we designed and built the nine storey Roland Levinsky Building. The concept design was by Henning Larsen Tegnueste of Copenhagen. Clad in copper sheets for longevity, the 13,00m2 arts building has been included in the world top 20 university buildings.

2007

Penallta House, Tredomen

2007

With sustainable design at its heart, we built the five storey corporate offices for Caerphilly County Borough Council. It contains 14,052m2 open plan offices, a council chamber and civil ceremonies suite. The building has many environmental features including ground source heat pumps for heating and cooling, grey water harvesting and photovoltaic panels.

2008

Riverside Museum, Glasgow

2008

We built the iconic Riverside Museum, Zaha Hadid’s interpretation of Glasgow’s seafaring past. New exhibition spaces, a cafe and retail and education spaces are split over two floors and a column-free, 50m-wide circulation space are all housed beneath a self-supporting rippling zinc structure atop a steel frame which was erected in seven phases.

2009

Darwin Centre, Natural History Museum, London

2009

We built a 65m long, eight storey cocoon – the largest sprayed concrete, curved structure in Europe – to house the Natural History Museum's insect and plant collections, and research centre.

2009

11 Brindleyplace, Birmingham

2009

The seventh and last project we completed at Brindleyplace for developer Argent, 11 Brindleyplace won the British Council Offices (BCO) Awards for Best Commercial Workplace and Best National Commercial Workplace in 2010.

2009

Royal Albert Memorial Museum (RAMM), Exeter

2009

Following our successful remodel and internal upgrade works of the Grade II listed building, RAMM was awarded National Museum of the Year 2010.