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2 February 2023
BAM completes 15 new Scottish stations in 15 years with opening of Inverness Airport Station

Inverness, 2 February 2023 - BAM has celebrated the completion of 15 new stations in 15 years on Scotland’s Railway with the opening of Invernes...

26 January 2023
Home Group’s landmark Newcastle office scheme completes

(Press release Ask Real Estate:) Newscastle, 26 January 2023 - Developer Ask Real Estate has officially handed over One Strawberry Lane in Newcastle c...

26 January 2023
Newly opened David Oluwale Bridge links city’s past, present and future

(News release Leeds City Council:) Leeds, 26 January 2023 - A stunning new bridge honouring the legacy of a man who died after being racially harassed...

26 January 2023
Major milestone for Athy Distributor Road Project

Kill, Co. Kildare, 26 January 2023 – Earlier this week, BAM’s team on the Athy Distributor Road Project successfully installed two, 230-to...

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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