UK Green Building Council

BAM is a Gold Leaf member of the UK’s Green Building Council (part of a network of global green building councils). UKGBC is a membership organisation that aims to radically improve the sustainability of the built environment by transforming the way it is planned, designed, constructed, maintained and operated. 

BAM has been an active member and supported a range of task groups, including the Green Building Guidance Task Group (leading to UK-GBC's Pinpoint platform), Circular economy live forum, and is a program partner to Advancing Net Zero Program. We are also represented on the Member’s committee and were one of the first signatories to the Member’s Commitment.

Business for Societal Impact (B4SI)

B4SI is the global standard in measuring and managing social impact, providing a framework that allows us to measure our contributions to business and society. BAM has recorded its community investment using B4SI (formerly the London Benchmarking Group (LBG) since 2010.  We are also part of the Property Sector steering group.

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Build UK

Build UK brings together 27 of the construction industry’s largest main contractors and 40 leading trade associations representing over 11,500 specialist contractors, providing a strong collective voice for the contracting supply chain in construction. 

Build UK focuses on key industry issues that can deliver change and enable the contracting supply chain to improve the efficiency and delivery of construction projects to the benefit of the industry’s clients. Build UK brings together Clients, Main Contractors, Trade Associations representing over 11,500 Specialist Contractors, and other organisations committed to industry collaboration, to represent more than 40% of the UK construction industry. Build UK focuses on three key industry priorities that can deliver change and enable the construction supply chain to improve the efficiency and delivery of construction projects for the benefit of the UK economy. 

BAM is signed up to Build UK’s Training Standard and Safety Helmet Colours Standard, as well as a Construction Logistics and Community Safety (CLOCS) Champion.

Considerate Constructors Scheme

The Considerate Constructors Scheme (CCS) is a not-for-profit, independent organisation set up to raise the standards and drive best practice in the construction industry. 

As a Partner member of the CCS, BAM is committed to raising industry standards and consistently achieve above average performance across all our sites.

Grown in Britain

Grown in Britain is an independent, not-for-profit organisation that aims to develop a new ‘wood culture’ and support the use of UK timber. By engaging and collaborating with partners from Government, retail, NGOs and the private sector, they want to ensure the future success of the UK’s woods and forests. BAM, is a supporter of the Grown in Britain campaign, and continues to work to identify the barriers to the use of home-grown timber and try and find solutions.

British Heart Foundation

BAM Construct UK Ltd have partnered with the British Heart Foundation to help fund lifesaving research into heart and circulatory diseases. The partnership will also be rolling out a BAM Lifesavers programme, teaching BAM employees potentially lifesaving CPR skills and empowering them to share these skills in their local communities. Working together, the partnership will highlight the small changes people can make to their lifestyles that can help improve their own heart health.


Right Waste, Right Place

BAM is an ambassador for the ‘Right Waste, Right Place’ (rWrP) campaign, which raises awareness of the Duty of Care legislation and provides practical information to help businesses comply. 

BAM is a Campaign Ambassador committed to promoting best practice among our supply chain and we continue to engage with our partners to spread the word.

Supply Chain Sustainability School

BAM is a partner of the Supply Chain Sustainability School, a free learning environment that focusses on 17 key topics of sustainability, to upskill anyone working within, or aspiring to work within, the built environment.

BAM is represented on the Construction Leadership Group and has also hosted Supplier Days and Responsible Sourcing Workshops. The School helps us to equip our supply chain with the right skills and knowledge to meet the growing sustainability challenges presented by the sustainability agenda, forge new business opportunities and realise commercial benefits, as well as engage with and upskill our own employees through the many face to face and online education resources.


BAM is a patron and active supporter of CRASH, the construction industry’s charity tackling homelessness. We partner with CRASH not only to fundraise but fundamentally to use our expertise, skills and professional advice to improve the hostels, day centres and accommodation of front-line homelessness agencies.


BAM is a founding member of the European Network of Construction Companies for Research and Development. Members of ENCORD represent some of the largest construction enterprises in Europe and Globally. ENCORD's focus is to share knowledge and collaborate across industry on key areas of innovation. BAM chairs the Sustainability Working Group, and key successes include the development of the Construction CO2e Measurement Protocol, approved as a source of worldwide guidance by the World Resources Institute (publishers of the Greenhouse Gas Protocol).

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UK Contractors Declare

BAM is a founding signatory of the UK Contractors Declare Climate and Biodiversity Emergency commitment. By working together with other contractors we will raise awareness of the climate and biodiversity emergencies and advocate for faster change in our industry. We will share knowledge and research openly with others, and use this information to evaluate new projects and extend the life of existing assets. Lifecycle costing, circular business models and a goal for net zero are central themes to the commitment, which requires support of engineers, designers, clients, collaborators and supply chain, making the most of low embodied carbon, zero waste, regenerative materials and techniques.