The development comprises housing (550 apartments in six fivestorey buildings), a commercial building, a multi-storey car park, a food and beverage souk and a 172-bed hotel with its own car park (to be managed by the Aloft hotel chain).

The scope of work for five offshore clusters comprises channel dredging, reclamation works, construction of a cause way, shore protection, heliport, pontoons and fences.

Engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) of a petroleum jetty at the Kissy Oil Terminal of Freetown in Sierra Leone.

A contract to build the GTV-Hotel in Cikarang, approximately fifty kilometres east of Jakarta, Indonesia. The contract value of this project for owner PT Gunawan Tarikino Venture Hotelindo amounts to €6 million (IDR 98.5 billion).

The Qafco V project comprised the design and construct for the extension of jetty one, to make it accessible for bulk carriers up to 70,000 DWT. Previously, in June 2003, BAM International completed the Qafco IV project, being the new plant for the ammonia and urea production, as an extension to the three already existing plants (Qafco I, II and III).

Design and construction contract for a fifth iron ore loading berth at its Anderson Point Facility (AP5) in Port Hedland, Western Australia. 

In August 2014 BAM has successfully driven the first pile at the LNG jetty in Aqaba, Jordan. Together with its sister company BAM Contractors from Ireland and its Jordanian joint-venture partner MAG Engineering & Contracting Co. BAM International was awarded the Engineering, Procurement and Construction (EPC) of the LNG jetty in November 2013. BAM Infraconsult is involved in the designing of the civil works. 

Construction of Phase 2A of the new container terminal for APM Terminals in Moín, Costa Rica. The consortium Van Oord/BAM International is responsible for the construction of the new terminal and marine access.

Demolition of the existing US-embassy building, including the earth and piling works and the superstructure for the new Embassy building.

The construction of the main terminal building – facilitating 3.5 million annual passengers – including parking lots, access roads, platforms and a taxiway. 

A contract for the onshore civil works of the second line of the Holcim cement plant in Tuban, East Java, Indonesia.

The mooring that BAM has constructed outside Tanjung Priok, Jakarta, is suitable for the permanent berthing of a Floating Stoarage and Regasification Unit  (FSRU) and the delivering LNG carriers which will be moored alongside the FSRU.

A second project for BAM International in Jordan, and an important boost to the country’s economy. Aqaba Development Corporation has initiated a second port in line with the country’s economic master plan.

Kenya has invited BAM to design a water supply system for several northern towns.

FEED (front-end engineering design) contract for Simandou, one of the biggest iron ore mining projects being developed in the world today.

Works focused on nine dolphins, one of which was completely reconstructed. The other eight were upgraded.

Design and construction of a quay wall for Limbe Shipyard, approximately 80 kilometres north of Douala, Cameroon’s main commercial city.

This design and construct contract for a fuel and layover facility comprised the construction of five mooring dolphins, four breasting dolphins with fenders, a concrete platform, 220-metre walkways and a 160-metre access bridge.

Fabrication and supply of precast concrete elements at BAM’s precast yard in West Java.

Design and construction of an LNG and condensate offloading jetty, adjacent to the planned LNG facility twenty kilometres northwest of Port Moresby on the coast of the Gulf of Papua.