Design and 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.

Construction of a 215-metre tall, 43-storey tower with an unconventional diagonal curtain wall derived from the concept of a tornado with an aggregated nett rentable area of 41,500 m².

This high-quality commercial building complex is divided into two wings. The east wing comprises two basements, a ground floor, a transfer level, six rentable office floors and a roof garden.

Construction of an eighteen floor high quality residential building of 31,500 m² surface area.

With an annual capacity of 850,000 containers Aqaba Container Terminal was still too small. While loading and unloading continues, the port’s operators Aqaba Development Corporation and APM Terminals, engaged BAM International and partner MAG to extend the quay by 460 metres.

In November 2013 Aqaba Development Corporation (ADC) awarded BAM International, the operating company of Royal BAM Group active outside of Europe, a design and construct contract to build the Aqaba New Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Terminal, 18 kilometres south of Aqaba.

The contract comprised the design and construction of a 700-metre breakwater in the Atlantic Ocean, in waters down to 15 metres deep, plus the design and construction of a concrete access road for maintenance purposes, with a width of five metres.

Construction of 20,000 m² of facilities for the Cargill factory, including production plant, offices, warehouses, sheds, infrastructure, roads, U-drains, fence wall and landscaping.

Construction of 32 kilometres of bridges for the south bound parallel crossing of the Chesapeake Bay. 2,372 piles with a diameter of 1,350 mm were used to support over 600 prefabricated pile caps and over 2,000 precast and prestressed double 'T' deck units.

In April 2013 BAM was awarded a contract for the onshore civil works of the second line of the new Holcim cement plant in Tuban, East Java, Indonesia.

For a new cement factory of Holcim, Indonesia’s third largest cement maker, BAM Indonesia will construct the almost ninety reinforced concrete structures that are required for the plant.

A new precast site in the adjacent port of Ciwandan on West Java was set up to make the concrete elements for the Papua New Guinea LNG project.

BAM built the structural works for the west and east hotels of the Emirates Palace, including the underground three-story car park, the central integral garage and access ramps to all levels.

The hotel had to prove its excellence before the start of the Yas Island Formula One race on 1 November 2009. And it did!

Design and construction of a 1,200 mm diameter seawater intake pipe line of 775 metres long, and a 1,200 mm diameter outfall pipe line of 625 metres long.

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

North of the capital Colombo, BAM International has constructed a whole new fishery harbour in Dikkowita, one of Sri Lanka’s many small coastal villages depending largely on fishery for the health of its people and economy.

Splendid design, original materials and fine craftsmanship: amid the high-rise offices and hotels of the Golden Triangle in Jakarta Qatar’s embassy and ambassador’s residence breathe an atmosphere of traditional Qatari design and modern construction skills.

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

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.