Growing in the City – a lasting legacy



Growing in the City (GITC) is a community-led food, environment and educational charity based in east Manchester, at St Barnabas Church. BAM has worked with them over multiple years to create community green spaces. 

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Elliot Hudson College



The successful repurposing of an old, open-plan office building into a creative and high quality learning space, encompassing circular economy thinking.

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Trainee and Graduate Challenge 2017



Following the launch of our new sustainability strategy and target to enhance one million lives by 2020, last year, we challenged eight teams of our graduates and trainees to Enhance Lives over a six month period. 

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Regent High School

Sustainable design

Regent High School, a 1,300 pupil secondary school, was part of Camden Council’s regeneration plan. The project involved part demolition and refurbishment, as well as significant new build, and now includes large outdoor learning and community spaces that create a safe and inviting learning environment.

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Community Engagement: WikiHouse Project

Community

BAM is always keen to get involved with community projects, but when we were invited to be construction partner for a student project focussed on digital construction and involving a WikiHouse, we were even more excited by the opportunity!

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Neasden Primary School

Sustainable design

A fully prefabricated modular build, the Neasden Primary School houses 280 pupils and a 26 place nursery. The project required demolition of the existing school building and the construction of a new 1,598m2 building, which took just ten days to erect on-site.

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The Curve, Teesside University

Sustainable design, Community

A flagship development for Teesside University, the teaching and conference building ‘The Curve’, provides a vibrant focal point at the heart of the university. Set over five floors, it provides a 150 seat lecture theatre and 1,476m2 of flexible teaching and learning space, set around landscaping for both students and the wider community.

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