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31 March 2008

Bunnik, The Netherlands, 31 March 2008 – The executive Board of Royal BAM Group nv has appointed Mr W.J. van Niekerk, currently area director BAM Woningbouw The Hague, director of BAM Infraconsult bv in Gouda with effect from 1 April 2008. William van Niekerk (38) succeeds Mr J.P.G. Ramler, who has been appointed director of BAM Wegen recently.

27 March 2008

In the Belgian village of Vroenhoven near Maastricht, the construction of a new bridge over the Albert Canal includes moving a bunker. CEI-De Meyer is replacing the characteristic arch bridge as part of a canal-widening project. The contract value is 22 million euros.

20 March 2008
  • Net result for 2007: €349 million (2006: €137 million).
  • Net result excluding book profit on sale of Flatiron: €277 million.
  • Profit margin before tax and Flatiron book profit: 4.0% (2006: 2.7%)
  • Proposed dividend €0.90 in cash per ordinary share (2006: €0.45)
  • Strong order book: €13.8 billion at year-end 2007
  • BAM generally positive about market conditions
  • Energetic start in 2007 on implementation of the strategic agenda
  • Expected net profit for 2008 of at least €250 million feasible
  • Investigation of the possibility of selling the stake in dredging company Van Oord
20 March 2008

Bunnik, The Netherlands, 20 March 2008 – The Supervisory Board of Royal BAM Group nv is proposing to appoint Mr R.P. van Wingerden member of the Executive Board with effect from 7 May 2008.

11 March 2008

Bunnik, The Netherlands, 11 March 2008 – The Executive Board of Royal BAM Group nv has appointed Mr H. Bree, currently director of BAM Vastgoed, to the position of Property Investments Director of Royal BAM Group with effect from 1 April 2008. Alongside carrying out his current job, Henk Bree (52) already advises the Executive Board on all national and international property investments by the Group. In light of the increasing importance of the property portfolio for BAM, the Executive Board has asked Mr Bree to concentrate his efforts on that task.

7 March 2008

We know asphalt primarily as a paving material for roads, cycle paths and car parks. But now BAM Wegen, in collaboration with a creative designer, has come up with AAC Floors. Special additives in the mix and a special post-installation treatment now make the ‘black stuff’ suitable as a finishing layer for floors in showrooms, discos and even homes!

6 March 2008

Colindale, London, 6 March 2008 - HBG Construction Ltd has been awarded the First Stage contract to design and construct the new building for Harrow College, to be known as One Harrow. The contract is worth £80 million.