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.
Emily Fanning •
06 Oct 2016
Before going into my third year at university, I spent time learning about what BAM’s Design and Sustainability divisions do. I was lucky that my visit coincided with London Design Week, where BAM was involved with the Circular Building exhibition – a temporary structure that aims to show visitors how to adopt a more circular approach to how they live and work.
Hanna Hayward •
28 Jul 2016
This year's theme for World Environment Day was ‘Go Wild for Life’, which focussed on wildlife crime and endangered species. While we don’t have any rhinos, sea turtles, tigers or elephants on our sites, we do have the opportunity to support the species living in our own local environments.
Philippa Murray •
18 Jul 2016
Before doing my work experience placement at BAM I would have said that construction is mainly for men and that there are limited jobs within the industry - the main ones being architects, project managers and brick layers. However, after doing my placement I now know there are men and women doing a range of jobs.
Beth Kidd •
16 May 2016
What is Dementia? Before working for BAM I would probably have answered “It’s what happens to old people and it’s when they forget important things.” But having had the pleasure of managing BAM’s charity partnership with Alzheimer’s Society and Alzheimer Scotland over the last 12 months, I now know that dementia is more than that.
Phil Eves •
04 May 2016
The Malvern Spring Festival lasts four days every year, but for me and several schools across the three counties of Hereford, Gloucestershire and Worcestershire, it all begins several months earlier.
22 Feb 2016
Since attending ‘Making the Transition to ISO14001:2015’ training course, I like many other environmental managers, have realised that we need to shake things up if our businesses are to keep hold of their Environmental Management System certificates. Making the transition to 2015 standards means thinking about sustainability from the outset, not just fitting it into current processes.