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6 May 2021
BAM reports €53.3 million adjusted EBITDA in Q1, focus on strategy execution

First quarter 2021 trading update Royal BAM Group nv reports for the first quarter of 2021 an adjusted EBITDA of €53.3 million, a clear improveme...

5 May 2021
Jobs and orders bonanza underway at Co-op Live as local firms reap £150 million windfall

Manchester, 5 May 2021 - Following extensive enabling works since the beginning of the year, construction of the UK’s largest entertainment aren...

4 May 2021
BAM sells Indonesian subsidiary BAM International to management

Bunnik, the Netherlands, 4 May 2021 – BAM International bv has reached agreement to sell its subsidiary PT BAM Decorient Indonesia to the curren...

26 April 2021
BAM: new value toolkit will accelerate change in construction industry

Hemel Hempstead, 26  April 2021 - One of Britain’s largest built environment companies, BAM has welcomed the launch of the Construction Inn...

Covid-19

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has declared that the outbreak of the corona virus (COVID-19) is an international emergency. Royal BAM Group has installed a corona outbreak management team in order to co-ordinate the preventive measures for the Group. This team is continuously monitoring the situation on a global level and providing guidance to suppliers, sub-contractors and internal organisation relating to the activities of the operating companies in maintaining service continuity to clients.

For the latest developments around the corona virus we refer to the websites of WHO and national health organisations in each country where BAM is active, eg www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/.

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