BAM collaborates with universities across the UK to create high quality academic and student facilities; delivering more than 180 projects over the last 20 years.

Today as Estates Departments face a range of new challenges, our teams are supporting customers to create spaces that deliver improved student experiences, while also meeting increased academic, sustainability and digital requirements. Building future proofed campuses, which ensure that British universities will continue to remain at the forefront of academia.
180 university university projects delivered in the last 20 years
40 tonne 7T MRI 7T MRI scanner intalled at University of Cardiff’s CUBRIC building
5% yearly yearly energy reductions at Cranfield University
106 tonnes tonnes carbon saved at University of Nottingham



New delivery models

BAM is one of three partner suppliers who form part of the Sheffield Hallam Alliance, a ground-breaking new construction industry procurement and delivery model, which aims to inspire change in the industry.

The partners will work collaboratively through all stages of design, construction and operation to maximise transformation and deliver best long-term value. The model provides an opportunity to reform the way major projects are created and designed. Resulting in well-designed, well-built and well-managed buildings.

Delivering world class research and teaching facilities

BAM has extensive experience of delivering world class research and teaching facilities which support collaborative interdisciplinary work and enhance the student experience. These include labs, learning spaces and high spec ISO5 and ISO6 cleanrooms. At the University of Cardiff’s CUBRIC building we even installed a 40 tonne 7T MRI scanner to help scientists understand the causes of brain conditions such as dementia, schizophrenia and multiple sclerosis.

Flexible and sustainable spaces

We are committed to helping universities minimise their impact on the environment and create future proofed facilities. 
Many of our schemes utilise energy efficient technologies and features such as flexible floor plates and spaces, which can be adapted to meet the needs of students, staff and curricula. 

Softbridge Centre, Oxford

Softbridge Building, University of Oxford


University West England, Bristol - School of Engineering

University West England, Bristol - School of Engineering


National Graphene Institute, University of ManchesterNational Graphene Institute, University of Manchester



Health Innovation Campus, Lancashire UniversityHealth Innovation Campus, Lancashire University



Softbridge Centre, Oxford

Softbridge Building, University of Oxford



360 views of Ainsley Street, Student Accommodation, Durham and The City Law School, London


Nick Findlay Nick Findlay Business Development Manager - London 0207 374 3600
Phil Bailey Phil Bailey Business Development Manager - Western 0117 944 8800
James Bravington James Bravington Business Development Manager - Central 0121 746 4000
John Salvini John Salvini Business Development Manager - Northern 0113 290 8800
Adrian Blackie Adrian Blackie Pre Construction Director - Northern 0161 877 9274
Sion Owen Sion Owen Business Development Manager - Western 0117 944 8800
David Carson David Carson Pre Construction Director - Scotland 0141 779 8888