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BAM has been trialling the use of BIM for Facilities Management (FM): with benefits that could last throughout a building’s life cycle.
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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.
BAM built a new 700-pupil multi-faith, Sikh ethos high school in Birmingham with a real, positive difference.
Building the new 7,600m2 National Graphene Institute, that will house state-of-the-art research facilities for graphene, the newly discovered wonder material, is no easy task.
The Zaha Hadid-designed ‘Softbridge’ building involves immense vision and huge challenges.
The challenge for BAM was to deliver the buildings without disrupting the day-to-day learning.
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
Forming a new gateway to the University of Salford’s campus, BAM Construction’s New Adelphi Building, also known as the Gateway Building.
Any construction team aims to be environmentally responsible, complete their scheme safely and on time, and leave behind a world class building for a satisfied client.
BAM took on the regeneration of a challenging urban site and delivered the UK’s biggest free school in record time.
And with energy efficiency a key concern, BAM is also supporting the University’s energy management team to measurably cut its consumption year on year.
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.
A new secondary free school for 1,350 pupils aged 11-18, funded by the ESFA.
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.