The building of a new pier spoils the view of the runways from the old tower. It was this that prompted Belgocontrol to opt for a new tower in a different position. BAM’s Belgian operating company CEI is executing the project in joint venture with sister company Galère.
BAM’s UK civil engineering company, Nuttall, has taken a £6,1 million scheme for the South West Regional Development Agency to provide the infrastructure for industrial units to be built on a derelict airport in Portland, Dorset, UK.
HBG Construction completed the first Wm Morrissons superstore in Scotland. Wm Morrissons Supermarkets plc is a major retailer in the North of England and the new superstore in Kilmarnock, East Ayrshire, represents the company’s first move north of the border.
Bunnik, the Netherlands, 14 February 2004 – Prompted by recent rumours concerning possible involvement of construction companies forming part of the Group in breaches of the Competition Act allegedly occurring prior to November 2001, Royal BAM Group has contacted the Netherlands Competition Authority (NMa). The Group has advised the NMa that it will lend every assistance with any inquiries conducted by the NMa in response to these rumours.
HBG Projects Ltd, the Private Finance Initiative [PFI] business unit of HBG Construction Ltd, has reached ‘financial close’ with West Sussex County Council for the £60 million Crawley Schools PFI project.
At CTRL’s final destination, St Pancras Station in central London, around sixty CTRL staff from contractor Kier-Nuttall and project manager Rail Link Engineering were engrossed with the second bridge launch. Nuttall is the civil engineering company of BAM in the United Kingdom.
In the Amsterdam Arena Stadium, BAM Techniek has been testing technology designed to ensure that the floodlights do not go out if there is a power failure. The system uses generators wired in parallel with the mains.
Nuttall is currently involved in a major reclamation project at a former coke and coal washery site at Maesteg in South Wales. The site has had a variety of industrial uses over the last 150 years, which has resulted in a legacy of numerous waste tips and areas of contamination, along with substantial mine workings resulting in voids beneath the surface.
There’s no one up before the ‘beak’ in Cork Court House at the moment, for Rohcon, BAM’s Irish subsidiary, is busy stripping the interior of the 125-year-old city centre building. But the expected verdict is, congratulations to all involved.
Bunnik, the Netherlands, 5 January 2004 – Galère, a Belgian operating company of Royal BAM Group, has been awarded the contract for the construction of part of the high-speed rail link between Liège (Belgium) and Aachen (Germany).