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BAM has delivered another flagship scheme in the King’s Cross regeneration: transforming several derelict 19th Century structures into a single, inspiring destination.
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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.
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The site’s rich industrial history was a challenge, requiring a close working relationship with local authorities, English Heritage and archaeologists.
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.
Discover how BAM has made a 1930s building fit for 21st century policing.
BAM built a new 700-pupil multi-faith, Sikh ethos high school in Birmingham with a real, positive difference.
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 delivered this cutting edge manufacturing plant, which produces precision components for jet engines.
The new Laboratory of Molecular Biology is home to cutting-edge research
BAM had to work extremely quickly to deliver the project in just 95 weeks
Maximising the use of space, inside and out, in a distinctive community hub
With a partnership with the Scottish Government, BAM is creating a high-quality retail and office space in the heart of Glasgow
We built the three storey and four storey FORE 1 and FORE 2 Grade A office buildings, and secured planning permission for two further development plots.
Situated across the road from the new Berryfields residential development on the outskirts of Aylesbury, the new Aylesbury Vale Academy and Berryfields Primary and Nursery had to be as shiny as the new neighbourhood.
In consultation with the students and staff, we designed a new build with plenty of natural light from the central atrium and glazed windows throughout
BAM’s services engineering division worked closely with the different contractors, architects and structural engineers to design and coordinate the complex services installation in the site-wide basement service yard.
September, 2013, and a massive fire sweeps across the premises of air conditioning specialist Airedale International, in Rawdon, Leeds.
BAM took on the regeneration of a challenging urban site and delivered the UK’s biggest free school in record time.
Pancras Square is at the heart of the Kings Cross area regeneration. BAM has completed the dramatic steel-framed building that sets the character for this whole public space.
Beneath its deceptively retro exterior, BAM is using leading-edge digital building information management to keep the green heart of this new Soho landmark beating sustainably
Three Snowhill – the last and final phase of the scheme – has been consciously designed to accommodate new ways of working.
From a brownfield site in the heart of Hull’s city centre to a state-of-the-art venue for the 21st century: BAM delivered a lasting legacy for the UK’s 2017 City of Culture.
BAM delivered a sensitive and painstaking refurbishment and extension for Tate St Ives that has been widely praised: a fitting winner of Museum of the Year 2018.
In a prime location on a key West London arterial route, BAM created an energy efficient modern office building .
Glory Park is situated on the outskirts of High Wycombe, just one mile from Junction 3 of the M40 and only 30 minutes from Heathrow.
This important central London site provides a mix of high-end apartments, office and retail space across three distinctive buildings
Located on the site of the former 1970’s NatWest Tower, in the centre of Birmingham’s business district, 103 Colmore Row is a stunning new landmark for the city.
One of five schools in the £67m Department for Education (DfE) North East Schools batch, Kepier is a new three storey secondary, built on the location of an existing school that remained operational during construction.
A 1,350-place secondary education facility and sixth form located on the site of the former Littlemoss School.
One Chamberlain Square was the first building to be delivered as part of Argent’s £700m Paradise scheme in the heart of Birmingham.
One Pancras Square is a freestanding office building, which faces the public area between Kings Cross and St Pancras International, at the gateway to the King’s Cross development.
Two Pancras Square was designed by Allies Morrison and comprises 30,000 sq ft of accommodation over nine floors.
A new secondary free school for 1,350 pupils aged 11-18, funded by the ESFA.
Located in the heart of Bristol’s City Centre, the 200,000 sq ft EQ scheme is the largest speculative office development underway in the south of England.
Once the heart of the city’s textile and manufacturing industry, the Temple district in Leeds is transforming into a vibrant live/work community where businesses can grow and thrive.
BAM designed and built this new 175 pupil Special Academy for children with both profound multiple learning difficulties and within the Autistic Spectrum.
BAM FM is providing integrated facilities management (IFM) services for three schools in Somerset, which are located on two sites and have a total of 2,200 pupils aged 3-19.
BAM has delivered the largest building on the regenerated King’s Cross Central estate: a distinctive showcase for low carbon technology and employee wellbeing.
BAM has delivered the first zero carbon building on the University of Lincoln’s city centre Brayford Pool campus: a new, purpose-built medical school that will help train the much needed doctors of the future.
A landmark building has brought together numerous engineering and physical sciences on one interconnected site for the first time, providing an impressive range of environments to support the University’s world-class teaching and research.
Over 200 bus journeys a day start and end at the new National Express depot in Birmingham’s Perry Barr. BAM was responsible for delivering this more comfortable and sustainable working environment.
BAM overcame significant technical challenges to deliver a fully refurbished, sustainable and sympathetically extended office space in the heart of London, featuring public art inspired by the local area.