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BAM Nuttall is focused on providing the highest professional standards in the civil engineering market, with emphasis on building strong, honest and long lasting relationships with satisfied customers.

We have established an unrivalled reputation for delivering complex and challenging civil engineering projects that have played a significant role in shaping the infrastructure of modern Britain.

As part of the international Royal BAM Group, BAM Nuttall has the financial backing to deliver projects through a range of contractual agreements from ECI (early contractor involvement), PPP (private, public, partnership) through to traditional forms of contract. In the UK we work closely with construction specialist BAM Construct and BAM PPP, which specialises in public private partnerships.

With a large directly employed work force based across our national network of offices, BAM Nuttall is ideally placed to deal with any civil engineering requirements on any scale.

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A visit from the Secretary of State for Transport
The Secretary of State for Transport Patrick McLaughlin visited our Farringdon site last week, where he had the opportunity to see the tunnelling works and meet some of BFK’s Apprenticesmore >


The Green Man
London Underground commissioned a short video on the 6ft Green Man at VSU. Due to the serious constraints at Victoria Station Upgrade (VSU), the project made a commitment in the early stages to keep the area moving, incorporating all pedestrians that move through the area on a daily basis more >


BAM Nuttall and Morgan Sindall joint venture awarded M1 Junctions 19 to 15 Advance Work
Joint venture bmJV consisting of BAM Nuttall and Morgan Sindall, has been appointed to a £35 million barrier renewal works package on the M1 junctions 19-16 more >