Beth Kidd •
12 May 2017
Last month, I was lucky enough to be invited to CLIC Sargent’s ‘A Curious Banquet’, an evening that aimed to provide an insight into what people go through during cancer treatment and, in particular, the world of food cravings, or ‘cancer cravings’ as they are sometimes called.
03 May 2017
Last week we held our second workshop of the series, and while our first workshop introduced the key principles of the circular economy, this most recent one focussed on the importance of material transparency and product information to enable more circular ways of working.
Beth Kidd •
31 Jan 2017
This month sees the launch of our two-year partnership with CLIC Sargent, the charity that supports children and young people with cancer. We are excited to be working with them and hope to achieve some great things over the two years.
Ruth Beavers •
19 Dec 2016
Although every effort is made to return or reuse pallets on our construction sites, almost all material deliveries rely on them, so they can often build up on sites. At our Materials Innovation Factory project at the University of Liverpool, the team decided to upcycle them into furniture!
Paula Morgenstern •
08 Nov 2016
BAM is passionate about creating comfortable and liveable buildings for us and for future generations. With the growing importance of understanding building performance, we introduce Paula, who has joined BAM’s sustainability team as Building Performance Manager.
Alison Guscott •
04 Nov 2016
BAM continually strives to reduce carbon emissions, and for the sixth consecutive year we have been accredited with a CEMARS (Certified Emissions Measurement and Reduction Scheme) Gold Certificate. But emission reduction is often a long process and is something that all countries, companies and individuals struggle to tackle.