BAM successfully completed the redevelopment of Derby City Council’s (DCC) offices. The works included the refurbishment and remodelling of the 1930s structure, and the construction of a new build infill to the courtyard area of the existing building.
The 17,700m2 school accommodates 1,750 pupils and is an excellent resource for the local community. Facilities include a sports hall, two gyms, dance studio, mini theatre, workshop, library, and conference accommodation.
The new research and innovation facility at Sheffield University includes a large workshop, dedicated space for robotics and automation, laboratory and technical support space, a virtual reality ‘cave’ for assembly research and office space.
Chiswick Green is an excellent example of a collaborative BAM project which has achieved the high expectations set at the design stage.The six-storey office building contains 8,733m2 of modern, open-plan working space with a high specification finish.
Montgomery School is the first PassivHaus certified primary school in the UK. It is also the first school with a target to be zero carbon in use, and demonstrates BAM’s ability to deliver sustainable buildings.