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Designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, V&A Dundee building appears almost to be setting sail out over the River Tay.
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Gordon Alexander, BAM’s Construction Manager on the 13,500-seat First Direct Arena in Leeds, has never shied away from a challenge.
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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.
The goal is long-term sustainability: providing up to 400 young players with coaching, fitness, accommodation and education, on what used to be an overlooked and polluted 80 acre site.
140 years on, RAMM turned to BAM to help it progress into the 21st Century, with an ambitious ten-year redevelopment programme
The city’s worldwide reputation – and seafaring history – was forged on the banks of the Clyde, so it is a fitting venue for a visionary museum that reflects Glasgow’s shipbuilding past and anchors the city’s future waterfront regeneration.
Maximising the use of space, inside and out, in a distinctive community hub
The world famous Lord’s cricket ground is being modernised and upgraded to create an even better experience for spectators at the venue dubbed ‘the home of cricket’.
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.
BAM has complete a £28 million restoration of the Hayward Gallery, Queen Elizabeth Hall and Purcell Room at London’s prestigious Southbank Centre.