Net Positive Future

BAM FM care about the environment and the communities where we operate.
Our long-term ambition is to be a business that has an overall positive impact on society by 2030. BAM FM’s Net positive approach will be achieved by focusing on three key areas, helping us to move towards doing ‘more good’.

Sustainable Facilities Management Index (SFMI)

For the fourth year running, BAM FM has received the Gold Award at the Sustainable Facilities Management Index (SFMI) E-Awards. The only annual sustainability benchmark for the UK FM sector.

BAM FM also received a special recognition from SFMI for our work with our supply chain partner Whitecroft to develop a circular approach to lighting. 

Three Rivers Academy, Surrey
Three Rivers Academy, Surrey

People Positive

We want to have a positive impact on society by making a difference to the lives of people we come into contact with

To achieve this BAM FM is:

Becoming a leader in digital integrated facilities management

Our ambition is to become the market leader of digital integrated facilities management. We want to engage and enable our workforce, to encourage everyone to deliver excellence. To achieve this we must ensure that we have the right people, in the right place, doing the right jobs.


Investors in People Accredited

BAM FM has been working with Investors in People since 2004 and has been re-accredited four times. In 2017, we received our first accreditation using the sixth generation of the Framework and achieved Bronze level.  

BAM FM - Investor in People

Promoting the Real Living Wage

We believe that all workers have the right to a living wage.  That's why we have taken the lead in working with our customers to actively promote the Real Living Wage. As a result, we are now a Living Wage Foundation, Recognised Service Provider (RSP).

“At BAM FM we are committed to paying the Living Wage to demonstrate how much we value our people. We will help by promoting the LWF to our clients and supply chain to support the eradication of poverty in our society”. Abbe Pickthall, Managing Director.

Living Wage


Climate Positive

We want to have a positive impact on the climate by reducing our own carbon emissions and helping other to reduce theirs


To achieve this goal we are:

Digitising our business and deploying electric and hydrogen vehicles

We are digitising our business and improving the efficiency of our services.  We have implemented digital tool to reduce waste and unnecessary travel.  Where travel is required we are adopting electric and hydrogen vehicles in our fleet.


BAM FM Vehicles

Obtaining power from renewable sources

BAM FM is committed to obtaining as much power, fuel and heat as possible from renewable or non-polluting sources including solar PV, heat pumps and procuring 100% green electricity.

Maidenhall Primary School


Working with stakeholders to reduce emissions

We are working with the Supply Chain Sustainability School to help customers and suppliers reduce their emissions develop low/zero carbon products and services.

BAM FM - Supply Chain Sustainability School



Rydens Enterpise School, Surrey


Resource Positive

Working with BAM Construction we aim to eliminate waste over the lifecycle of facilities by the way we design, build and operate.  We seek to preserve material and resources, and deliver our services using safe, healthy and natural material when we are able.

BAM FM are seeking to eliminate wasteful products and services and promote reuse and the circular economy. To achieve this we will use products and materials that are easily maintainable, reused or repurposed to avoid low grade recycling. We will also procure materials form certified responsible sources wherever possible.


Rob Smith Rob Smith UK Operations Director 0141 779 8888
Lance Taylor Lance Taylor Client Solutions Director 0141 779 8888