Since its inception in 2016, BAM has been awarded 19 schemes via the ProCure22 (P22) framework. The framework supports NHS Trusts to deliver estates projects by providing cost certainty, efficiency, quality and value. 

BAM value our place on the ProCure22 framework. It’s structure and focus on collaborative client engagement enables us to deliver the optimum performance for NHS clients. 

The framework’s open book approach fosters a culture of best practice and knowledge sharing to ensure a consistency of approach, improved client relationships and strengthened capacity and capability through our supply chain. It also provides a robust and quick procurement process to ensure that NHS clients have confidence that schemes will meet their needs.

3TMRI/cardiac hybrid theatre, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS


ProCure22 represents the third iteration of the DH Framework providing Design and Construction Services for use by the NHS and Social Care organisations for a range of works and services, which is compliant with the Public Contract Regulations and provides maximum flexibility for Clients. Further details about the ProCure22 framework and its goals can be found here

Royal Cornwall Hospital’s NHS Trust 

BAM has undertaken a number of minor works projects ranging from £60k to £1.1m. Currently we are also extending the Trewlawny Wing “Hot Hub” to create a bigger imaging department and provide a new haematology/oncology ward. This also included the replacement of two MRI scanners.

Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

BAM delivered the new 3TMRI/cardiac hybrid theatre, which has received excellent client feedback.

Read more about this complex scheme

BAM have also been appointed to deliver the £27m Pathology hub building including blood sciences and microbiology across West Yorkshire and Harrogate 


3TMRI/cardiac hybrid theatre, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS

Whitby Hospital

BAM are engaging with NHS Property to refurbish an existing four storey tower block at the hospital to reconfigure the healthcare provision for the local community


Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust

BAM undertook the refurbishment of the Aconbury East building and the construction of the link bridge to the main Worcestershire Royal Hospital.


University of Southampton NHS foundation Trust

BAM has delivered two schemes at University Hospital, the construction of a new GICU and the creation of new high dependency facilities and surgical theatres. The schemes were delivered in two phases totalling £40m.

We have also been selected to provide an Expansion to the Emergency Department.  

CIGU, University of Southampton NHS foundation Trust

Aintree University Hospital Foundation Trust 

The upgrade of the façade and windows on an existing Tower block at Aintree University Hospital.

Compton Care, Wolverhampton

The new facility enables Compton to support patients with incurable diseases throughout their care journey, providing community-based services and in-patient care. It provides a new space for community care co-ordination, which is run in conjunction with the local authority and NHS; a clinical store and a base for 20 to 30 community nurses. The project also enhanced the site’s existing 18 bed patient unit. A new lift to the mortuary was installed and a viewing room for patient’s families was created. 

Compton Care

University Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Foundation Trust

BAM has delivered a number of schemes for the Trust including and extension to the cardiovascular research and catheter lab, the redesign of the Bristol Haematology and Oncology services building and the expansion of the NICU at St Michaels.

Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust

A new standalone 84 bed in patient mental health centre at the Whittington Hospital site. Read case study.

In patient mental health centre, Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust

Royal Cornwall Women and Children’s Hospital

BAM has recently been awarded the contract to construct the new £99m Women and Children’s Hospital.

Providing COVID19 facilities

BAM was part of a specialist group commissioned by the NHSI to provide COVID facilities. The group ensured that the arrangements were in place to ensure the NHS’ response to pandemic could be delivered at speed, this included the preparation of standard surge contract documents in less than a week. 

BAM was also responsible for delivering the Exeter and Harrogate Nightingale hospitals. Find out more here


Time-lapse footage of the construction of this NHS Nightingale

Facilitating the adoption of BIM and a standardised approach 

To support the framework’s activities, BAM is involved in a number of ProCure22 working groups, which help to facilitate the adoption of tools like BIM and a more standardised way of delivery. We are currently chair of the Standard Component Working Group, which has generated over £14.9m savings through the use of standard components. We also chair the BIM group, which has led to the creation of standard suite of BIM documents to provide consistency in the delivery of BIM under the framework.