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21 April 2009

Bunnik, 21 April 2009 - At the annual general meeting of shareholders of Royal BAM Group in Amsterdam, it was announced that BAM is maintaining its intention to sell its minority interest in Van Oord and expects to resume the negotiations in May 2010.

9 April 2009

Bunnik, The Netherlands, 9 April 2009 - The Executive Board of Royal BAM Group nv intends to appoint Mr H. de Pater director of AM Vastgoedontwikkeling bv at Nieuwegein with effect from 1 May 2009. Henri de Pater (43) is currently director of Finance and administration of BAM Woningbouw. This appointment stems from the fact that the present financial director, Mr A. Kanters, has expressed the wish to accept a position elsewhere.

8 April 2009

Bunnik, The Netherlands, 6 April 2009 - BAM Infratechniek has completed the acquisition of the Ravesteyn companies in Lopik, The Netherlands, as announced on 6 March last.

3 April 2009

Bunnik, The Netherlands, 3 April 2009 - Mr J.W. Carton will resign as director of BAM Materieel to take early retirement with effect from 1 July 2009. He will also step down as director of BAM Grondtechniek. Mr Carton has been employed by the Group, with interruptions, for 36 years. The Executive Board is very grateful to him for his contribution to the success and development of the Group.

2 April 2009

Bunnik, Netherlands, 2 April 2009 – Wayss & Freytag Ingenieurbau – the German tunnel specialist of Royal BAM Group nv – has won a contract (in joint venture with Bilfinger + Berger Ingenieurbau, Max Bögl Bauunternehmung and Bickhardt Bau) for the construction of the Silberberg ('Silver Mountain') tunnel with a length of approximately 7.4 kilometres near Großbreitenbach (Thuringian Forest, Central Germany). The tunnel is part of the new high-speed railway line between Ebensfelde and Erfurt. The total contract value amounts to approximately €220 million, of which more than €60 million for Wayss & Freytag Ingenieurbau.

1 April 2009

(Press release NHS Lothian:) Edinburgh, 1 April 2009 - NHS Lothian has announced its construction partner in a major milestone for the new Royal Hospital for Sick Children.

1 April 2009

(Press release Shirley Advance LLP:) 1 April 2009 - Shirley Advance has appointed BAM Construction to build the Shirley Town Centre scheme, now known as 'Parkgate'. The appointment has been approved by Solihull Council, as progress towards the delivery of the scheme continues despite the current economic climate. The appointment follows a detailed series of tenders and interviews over the past three years.