First modest contract for BAM Danmark
Bunnik, the Netherlands, 13 August 2014 – The Technical University of Denmark (DTU) has awarded BAM Danmark a contract for the construction of office 345C on the campus of DTU in Kongens Lyngby, fifteen kilometers north of Copenhagen. The contract value is approximately € 4.5 million. It is BAM’s first non-residential building contract in Denmark.
Earlier this year, Royal BAM Group has founded BAM Danmark. Via this subsidiary, established in Copenhagen, BAM explores the opportunities for the Group to establish a permanent branch office on the Danish non-residential construction market.
The project involves the construction of an office of 1,300 sq m, which will connect the clean room facilities of Danchip DTU (the national center for micro- and nanofabrication) and the existing building 345Ø. The new building will provide office space to researchers at DTU Nanotech at the Faculty of Micro- and Nanotechnology. The project will be completed in 2015.
Further information: Arno C. Pronk, +31 (0)30 659 86 21.