The massive transformation of Kings Cross has been led by far-sighted developer, Argent, and is so huge – it’s a 67-acre estate in the heart of London – that it has its own customised post-code: N1C. Emily has already worked on a cultural building there for the Aga Khan Foundation. “BAM seems to attract the most eminent and ambitious clients in the UK,” she added.
Emily joined BAM 12 years ago after studying for her construction degree at the University of the West of England (UWE) in Bristol.
The judging panel were highly impressed with Emily’s first project management role, citing negotiating live rail tunnels, a unique roof design, extinction rebellion protests and getting it done alongside a global pandemic.
BAM also won the team of the year award, for its work at King's Cross on the T-Zone 11-21 Canal Reach.