Creating future proofed spaces that support wellbeing and modern ways of working
Our schemes provide sustainable, workplaces that support wellbeing and occupant goals, featuring elements such as roof gardens and yoga terraces, areas for socialising, plus spaces to facilitate greater collaboration and support group and individual working. As the way we work is changing, we are also helping customers to create spaces that deliver over the long term with flexible floor plates and agile office designs.
UK Hydrographic Office (UKHO), Taunton
Constructed by BAM, the 10,0671m2 building not only includes high spec, flexible office space, but also a staff restaurant, gym and meeting facilities. The UK Hydrographic Office has won numerous accolades including Construction News’ Project of the Year, a RICS South
West Award for Commercial Project of the Year and Best of the Best and Corporate Workplace at the 2020 BCO awards. The Construction News judges commented “The project is an enabler for a huge business transformation and was delivered early and under budget. It is a massive change for users and their working environment and will positively impact upon their mental health and wellbeing.”
Achieving net zero
Achieving net zero carbon is a requirement of many new schemes and BAM is working with our clients to achieve this goal, reducing embodied carbon during the build phase and identifying ways to reduce carbon during the operational phase via design and FM interventions.
Ensuring that assets perform as expected is key to achieving carbon, energy and resource usage targets. BAM have extensive experience in delivering Government’s Soft Landings (GSL), which ensures our clients can get the best out of their building and optimise the environmental systems. Our facilities management team also provides building monitoring and analysis to help clients identify how they can improve the performance of their building in relation to areas such as energy and occupant satisfaction.
103 Colmore Row will be one of the cleanest and greenest office developments in Birmingham. It is aiming to achieve BREEAM Excellent and will use 100% renewable energy for its electricity.
BAM is constructing EQ, the first new build office in Bristol to commit to being Carbon Net Zero in Operation, supporting the City Council’s goal to become carbon neutral by 2030.
Panoramic view of Epworth House, London
One and Two Chamberlain Square, Birmingham - delivered as part of Argent’s £700m Paradise scheme in the heart of Birmingham
IM Group sustainable headquarters campus, Solihull
One Causeway, Egham -120,000 sq ft commercial development