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18 November 2010
  • Net result for the first nine months of 2010: -€45.5 million
  • Revenue for the first nine months of 2010: €5,271 million
  • All sectors profitable except Property
  • Stable order book: €12.3 billion

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12 November 2010

Hemel Hempstead, 12 November 2010 - Kind hearted builders in North Wales are signing-off the first phase of new health care facilities for local patients by transforming an area at their own cost. The BAM team at Glan Clwyd Hospital, in Denbighshire, have been hard at work on the hospital’s £13 million new Cancer Treatment Unit for patients across North Wales since November 2008.

9 November 2010

Edinburgh, 8 November 2010 - Edinburgh Portrait Gallery refurbishment wins inspector’s praise for approach to local transport – and workers getting on their bikes to make it green. The refurbishment of the Scottish National Portrait Gallery has lead to a rare maximum score by independent inspectors because of how considerately it is managing the relationship with neighbours and road users during the historic building’s extensive £10.8 million restoration.

9 November 2010

Hemel Hempstead, 9 November 2010 - The contractors building the BREEAM ‘Outstanding’ new Co-Operative Group HQ in Manchester have clocked-up over 108,298 man hours worked on the project just 13 weeks into the programme.

4 November 2010

Bunnik, the Netherlands, 4 November 2010 - The Dutch residential market offered no indications of recovery in recent months. Many municipal authorities have put new projects on hold and have cut planned capacity. Recent studies have revealed that the number of regions in the Netherlands experiencing population decline is growing. BAM acknowledges that the outlook for the Dutch residential market is increasingly gloomy. The number of projects that have been postponed or discontinued is increasing. In addition, current developments are experiencing the impact of waning momentum, declining numbers and a mood of austerity, resulting in yields that are not only reduced, but also take longer to generate.