BAM's success at the BCI Award
Camberley, 14 October 2011 - At the recent British Construction Industry Awards the Broadland flood alleviation project scooped the prestigious environmental award.
Ten years ago the Environment Agency awarded a twenty year contract to the BAM Nuttall / Halcrow joint venture, Broadland Environmental Services Ltd (BESL), to maintain and improve the flood defences in Broadland, East Anglia. The £118 million project is now nearing the end of the programme of improvement works and moving on to a maintenance phase.
Scotland’s Rosyth CVF infrastructure upgrade was highly commended in the civil engineering project award category for projects from £3 million to £50 million. For this project BAM Nuttall was principal contractor for the commissioning authority, Babcock Marine.
The Angel Building, Islington, London won the Judges’ Special Award, sister company, BAM Construction was principal contractor for the development working for The New River Company.
Royal BAM Group’s three subsidiary companies in the UK, BAM Nuttall, BAM Construct UK and BAM PPP, deliver a combined turnover of £1.79 billion pa. This positions BAM as one of the top three construction and civil engineering businesses in the UK. The BAM companies cover a full spectrum of activities: facilities management, design services, civil engineering, construction, property development, PFI and PPP and project financing. BAM has a strong regional presence with over 30 offices and plant depots throughout the UK ensuring both a local and a national service to our customers. Royal BAM Group is a worldwide construction services company turning over €7.6 billion and listed on Euronext Amsterdam.
Further information: Peter Bishop, head of public relations & corporate communication, BAM Nuttall Ltd, 01276 63484.