We have experience in a diverse range of sectors.
Filter our case studies
BAM built seven of the eleven main buildings in the development: working in a close partnership with the owner and developer Argent PLC.
Read this story
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?
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.
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.
Redwoods is a dedicated ‘mental health village’. The centre provides a total of 112 single-bed rooms, for acute psychiatric patients, those with ‘organic’ mental health disorders.
BAM is developing a new retirement village in Witney, known as Richmond Witney Retirement Village, to provide three types of retirement living.
Three Snowhill – the last and final phase of the scheme – has been consciously designed to accommodate new ways of working.
BAM has delivered a bespoke campus that reflects the distinctive character of this family-owned international corporation.
BAM has helped to rescue a crumbling gothic revival castle, turning it into a modern but quirky hotel with outstanding leisure facilities
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 Chamberlain Square was the first building to be delivered as part of Argent’s £700m Paradise scheme in the heart of Birmingham.
Two Chamberlain Square is the second building at the Paradise Development in Birmingham.
BAM designed and built this new 175 pupil Special Academy for children with both profound multiple learning difficulties and within the Autistic Spectrum.