September, 2013, and a massive fire sweeps across the premises of air conditioning specialist Airedale International, in Rawdon, Leeds.
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BAM is creating a re-configured set of wards at Bradford Royal Infirmary.
BAM has delivered the £15 million Welsh Ambulance Services Trust (WAST) Ambulance and Fire Service Resource Centre in Wrexham.
Manchester has a new flagship building: a glittering tower topped by a roof garden restaurant with 360° views of the city.
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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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’.
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.
How do you breath new life into a successful city-centre venue without having to close it for months on end?
With a partnership with the Scottish Government, BAM is creating a high-quality retail and office space in the heart of Glasgow
A high-profile community project where space has to be as flexible as possible
The Zaha Hadid-designed ‘Softbridge’ building involves immense vision and huge challenges.
Discover how BAM has made a 1930s building fit for 21st century policing.
We've worked closely with English Heritage, to reveal the building’s original splendour, and transformed it into a first-class dining destination at the heart of King’s Cross.
BAM is developing a new retirement village in Witney, known as Richmond Witney Retirement Village, to provide three types of retirement living.
The most famous, and first hospital in the world, dedicated to treating sick children is undergoing a huge upgrade.
A PFI funded project, BAM PPP was responsible for the delivery of the scheme and worked with sister companies BAM Construction and BAM Facilities Management to build, and now maintain, the new hospital.
Work on the new, £35 million urgent care and trauma centre at the Aintree University Hospital, just outside Liverpool, is well under way.
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’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.
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