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29 August 2011

Gouda, the Netherlands, 26 August 2011 - PT BAM Decorient Indonesia has been awarded a contract for the onshore civil works of a cement plant for Holcim in Tuban, East Java, Indonesia. The contract period is 22 months. BAM Decorient's client is PT ThyssenKrupp Polysius Indonesia, as contractor responsible for the construction and erection of the new clinker and cement factory for Holcim, Indonesia's third largest cement maker.

26 August 2011

Bunnik, the Netherlands, 25 August 2011 - The Executive Board, with approval of the Supervisory Board, decided to convert the preference shares with a nominal value of €0.10 each in new ordinary shares with a nominal value of €0.10 each.

25 August 2011
  • Net result for the first six months of 2011: €66 million (2010: €51 million)
  • All sectors profitable as forecast
  • PPP revenue increased to 6 percent of total revenue (2010: 4 percent)
  • Order book at €11.4 billion at end of first half-year (year-end 2010: €12.1 billion)
  • Market circumstances difficult; continuing price pressure
  • Forecast net profit level for 2011 unchanged: €120 million

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18 August 2011

Hemel Hempstead / Camberley, 18 August 2011 - BAM in the UK has been accredited by CEMARS (Certified Emissions Measurement and Reduction Scheme). The accreditation covers BAM Construct UK and the civil engineering company, BAM Nuttall. BAM in the UK has been accredited by CEMARS (Certified Emissions Measurement and Reduction Scheme). The accreditation covers BAM Construct UK and the civil engineering company, BAM Nuttall.

17 August 2011

Hemel Hempstead, 17 August 2011 - Derby City Council’s £35 million project to refurbish and rebuild its Council House is under-way as it has appointed BAM Construction in the Midlands to deliver the new facilities, which are being project managed for the Council by Mace.

12 August 2011

Hemel Hempstead, 12 August 2011 - BAM Construction in the North East has been awarded a £20 million contract to build new facilities for Newcastle College. The company – which has offices in Gateshead – will transform the college’s sixth form centre into a contemporary, 12,100 square-metre high specification learning facility that will enhance the existing campus at Rye Hill.

5 August 2011

Camberley, 1 August 2011 - BAM Nuttall won the award for Construction Recycler of the Year at the National Recycling Awards 2011.

5 August 2011

Hemel Hempstead, 5 August 2011 - Stafford College has awarded BAM Construct UK the main construction contract on its £13 million project to rebuild fire-ravaged facilities. The contractor will deliver a landmark building on the site of former workshops on the college campus.

4 August 2011

Bunnik, the Netherlands, 4 August 2011 - The contracting agency DEGES has awarded the contract to the consortium A9SixLanes (47.5% VINCI Concessions, 47.5% BAM PPP, 5% Reinhold Meister) the Federal Motorway A9 Lederhose - State Border Thuringia/Bavaria.

4 August 2011

Bunnik, the Netherlands, 4 August 2011 – BAM Malaysia, together with the Australian construction company McConnell Dowell and the Malaysian contractor See Yong & Son, has been awarded a design and construct contract for a jetty in Malaysia for Vale SA, the world's largest iron ore exporter.

4 August 2011

Hemel Hempstead, 4 August 2011 - BAM Construction in the South East has secured the £25 million contract with motorway services provider, Extra Motorway Services Group, to build new facilities for users of the M25.

2 August 2011

Camberley, 29 July 2011 – BAM Nuttall has been awarded a Green Apple Environment Award, in the national campaign to find Britain's greenest companies, councils and communities, for the work carried out on Cambridgeshire Guided Busway.

29 July 2011

(Press release PICNIC:) Amsterdam, 29 July 2011 - Europe’s leading event for creativity and innovation partners with BAM to construct the PICNIC City at NDSM wharf in Amsterdam.

26 July 2011

Hemel Hempstead, 26 July 2011 - Imperial Tobacco has appointed BAM Construction to deliver the company’s new corporate headquarters based in Bristol.

15 July 2011

Kill, County Kildare, Ireland, 13 July 2011 – Mayor of Kerry, Councillor Pat Leahy, and Brian Cunningham, BAM Civil director, have signed the contract for the N22 Tralee Bypass Road Improvement Scheme on Friday 24 June. This €97 million bypass connecting the N21, N22, N69 and N70 involves the construction of 8 km of dual carriageway to the East of Tralee and 5.5 km single carriageway link road from the bypass to the N22 Killarney Road.

13 July 2011

(Press release BAM Nuttall and Morgan Sindall:) 13 July 2011 - Joint venture bmJV, consisting of BAM Nuttall and UK construction and infrastructure company Morgan Sindall, has been awarded a £136 million construction contract to upgrade the M62 to alleviate traffic congestion.

12 July 2011

Bunnik, 11 July 2011 - On 20 April 2011, the annual general meeting of Royal BAM Group nv decided to withdraw all 473,275 class F subscribed, non-convertible cumulative preference shares, series FP4, subseries 2 (ISIN code NL0000337327). At that date, 398,517 of these shares were held by the company.

8 July 2011

Bunnik, the Netherlands, 8 July 2011 – Royal BAM Group nv is planning to merge the Groups’ activities in the field of office and retail development into AM Real Estate Development from 1 September 2011.

7 July 2011

Hemel Hempstead, 5 July 2011 - Design work on two school projects will be subject of intensive evaluation as part of a government bid to make all non-domestic buildings carbon-neutral by 2019. BAM Construct UK has won environmental impact funding from the Government’s Technology Strategy Board for non-housing projects. The two projects the firm will evaluate are St Peter’s School in Glasgow and Cressex Community School in High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire.

6 July 2011

(Press release University of Nottingham:)  Nottingham, 6 July 2011 - Construction is due to start on a new 200-bed upmarket hotel at The University of Nottingham. With planning permission already in place, the University’s Council have now given approval for the £20 million eco-friendly hotel, which will be built on University Park, adjacent to the East Midlands Conference Centre. The hotel, which will be funded entirely by the University, will be available for use by conference delegates, university visitors, local businesses and the general public.

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