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17 May 2021
More power and updated design revealed as nuclear power team targets first place in the assessment queue in Autumn 2021

(Press release Rolls-Royce:) 17 May 2021 - The consortium, led by Rolls-Royce, which is creating a compact nuclear power station known as a small modu...

17 May 2021
BAM exceeds its five-year carbon reductions targets

Hemel Hempstead, 17 May 2021 - BAM Construct UK has made significantly more progress in carbon reductions than envisaged against its longstanding targ...

13 May 2021
Cement-free concrete pour marks step-change in tackling carbon emissions

Camberley, 13 May 2021 - BAM Nuttall successfully completed the UK’s largest single pour of an innovative new cement-free concrete on behalf of ...

12 May 2021
Offices, schools and public buildings in the East of England get new covid testing partner to help them re-open

Hemel Hempstead, 12 May 2021 - Public sector bodies with buildings in the east of England are getting a boost to help them re-open after a new lateral...


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.

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