BAM Nuttall Arranges Career Enhancing Training in the UK for Local Operatives from its Freetown Water Rehabilitation Project in Sierra Leone
Terl Patrick has become the youngest ever technical member of the Chartered Institution of Civil Engineering Surveyors.
Joint venture BMV (consisting of BAM Nuttall, Morgan Sindall and VolkerFitzpatrick) has pioneered the use of virtual reality technology.
The engineers behind The Ordsall Chord, including BAM Nuttall's Mike Pedley, are to receive the Royal Academy of Engineering’s Major Project Award for 2018 in recognition of the collaboration, skill and engineering flair necessary to deliver such a complex, multidisciplinary feat of railway engineering. The awards will be at the Academy Awards Dinner in London on 27 June.
A project that will help ex-offenders find construction work has been launched, thanks to a partnership between Construction Youth Trust and BAM Nuttall.
David Anderson, Head of Business Process and Quality at BAM Nuttall, will present at tomorrow's Quality in Construction Summit.
BAM Nuttall has won a highly commended trophy for the Building Diversity programme in the Inspiring Change in the Workplace category.
BAM Nuttall Plant and Fleet at our Kilsyth depot had reason to celebrate: a remarkable 20 years without a reportable accident.
Our BAM Nuttall team, working in joint venture with Kier at Hinkley Point C, welcomed the SS Great Britain’s 2018 cohort of Future Brunel students to the project.
Remarkable women and men from the North have been recognised in Northern Power Women’s third annual awards ceremony, held in Manchester.
Visitors are invited to virtually visit ICE's 'Invisible Superhero' exhibition from wherever they are.
The Morgan Sindall and BAM Nuttall joint venture, bmJV, has been awarded two contracts worth a total of £322 million to deliver part of Highways England’s smart motorway programme.
The contract for the project has been awarded to Bam Nuttall and Mott MacDonald joint venture (BMMJV).
The Ordsall Chord rail project in Manchester has successfully been completed by The Northern Hub Alliance including joint-venture partners BAM Nuttall and Skanska.
People in The East of England are urged to back the Broadland Flood Alleviation Project to win the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) People’s Choice Award.
An alliance between Network Rail, BAM Nuttall, Amey and Arup has been awarded a contract to design upgrades & electrification West of Leeds.
On budget and on schedule to be operational from January 2018, the £10 million expansion will draw a close to the ambitious seven-year project.
In consortium with IMC Worldwide and Atkins, BAM has been awarded the design and construction contract to rehabilitate the water supply in Sierra Leone’s capital city, Freetown.
The £50 million flood alleviation scheme in Leeds which uses moveable weir technology – a first for flood risk reduction in the UK – has opened.
WISE has released a resource sponsored by us and other industry leaders to encourage girls into construction.
3D Modelling has been used on our Melgarve Substation project to aid clash detection and reduce the need for rework.
BAM have successfully completed the certification of our management system, to the new International standard.
Our Wallasea Wild Island Coast Project has won in the RICS East of England Awards 2017 in the Infrastructure category.
Our apprenticeship scheme for Civil Engineers and QS Apprentices is open on 1st May. Find out how you can apply.
Read the Construction Enquirer article about the hard hat that measures brain activity to monitor fatigue.
Construction expert BAM has been chosen to partner with British Antarctic Survey (BAS) to modernise UK Antarctic and other research facilities, enabling British scientists to continue delivering world class research into some of the most important issues facing our planet
Green Apple and Constructing Excellence National Award Wins for Wallasea Island, as well as shortlisting for the ICE People's Choice Awards 2016
BAM Nuttall are pleased to announce their status as Corporate Partner to the Chartered Quality Institute (CQI)
Congratulations to our three 'Highly Commended' projects in this years World Quality Day competition!
BAM Nuttall and BAM Construct have been awarded the gold standard for carbon emissions and reduction scheme (CEMARS)
BAM Nuttall took the honours in the Transport Supplier of the Year award! Amazing news, well done to the team that made this happen.
A joint venture comprising of BAM Nuttall and Mott MacDonald has been awarded a £23 million contract for a major flood defence scheme in Hull. They will carry out vital work to design and build new defences at a number of locations along the River Hull, as well as upgrading the existing defences.
Crossrail is set to transform the way London moves, works and travels, hear from our apprentice Chloe about the work taking place
The achievements of the Wallasea Island Wild Coast Project were duly recognised at the ICE East of England Merit Awards held at Newmarket on the 15th of September
BAM Nuttall and Mott MacDonald have been recognised by Leeds City Council as Partner of the Year. The award was given for works at Leeds Flood Alleviation Scheme and Linton Bridge
The Victoria Station Upgrade team have been awarded a RoSPA Gold Award for their commitment and positive approach to health and safety
The bridge over the railway at Station Road, Breich, re-opened following Network Rail works to upgrade the structure in preparation for the future electrification of the railway
The beautiful setting of Hampstead Heath Ponds Project hosted eleven girls (and one boy) for this year's London Division Bring Your Daughter to Work Day
Our Sustainability Data & Reporting Manager Sarah Jolliffe is pioneering the use of standing work stations at BAM Nuttall.
Construction Plant News talk to our Plant team about the adoption of Trackunit fleet management system
The BAM Nuttall site team that worked on the Marine Transportation and Wallasea Island Earthworks contract were recognised and rewarded for their hard work by achieving three wins in recent national and local industry awards.
Sir John Armitt visited Stephenson College last Friday where he got the chance to talk to students and staff from the college and BAM Nuttall
On Monday 4th July, our team at Ystradfellte Reservoir rescued seven students lost on the Brecon Beacons
Colin Evison in his role as Head of Innovation has been working with the RNLI Swanage team and a third party to produce a Virtual Reality (VR) model of the Swanage lifeboat station
The A14 Kettering Jn 9-7 project has been shortlisted for the Health and Safety award at this year’s Celebrating Construction awards!
Royal BAM Group has achieved a Worldwide first having been awarded a contract to design, fabricate and install five full-size gravity base foundations
BAM Nuttall has been awarded the Investors in People Gold standard, joining the top 7% of accredited organisations across the UK who believe in realising the potential of their people
Colin Evison has more than 25 years of design and construction experience, having worked on the Victoria Station Upgrade, High Speed One and the Bhairab Bridge in Bangladesh, among other projects
Congratulations to the Acton Dive Under team who completed the final slab track pour, signifying the substantial completion of the Acton project
Construction News reports on the Peters Village Project team's delivery of a post-tensioned structure
The Victoria Station Upgrade project team picked up their third consecutive Gold award, at the Considerate Constructors Scheme Awards
This bank holiday weekend saw the arrival of six CRMG cranes (Crane Rail Mounted Gantry cranes) at Liverpool 2
KBJV picked up Gold at the Considerate Constructors Scheme Awards ceremony which took place on Friday 22nd April at The Mermaid in London
Congratulations to the Hampstead Heath team for a superb performance installing the whole of the ladies changing room in a day.
Project among number of Yorkshire Firms Shortlisted For Prestigious Awards Programme Backed By HRH The Prince Of Wales
Cllr Stuart Whittingham drops by as a defective lighting unit in Royden Road, Upton, is repaired by contractors BAM Nuttall.
The Grade II listed tower was reinstated to its home at the junction of Victoria Street and Vauxhall Bridge Road.
On Thursday 26th February, 560 of the leading figures in Scottish Civil Engineering sector gathered at CECA Scotland's twentieth annual dinner held in The City Hotel.
We are happy to announce that Wallasea Island has won the Sustainable Management Resource category in the EA Project Excellence Awards 2016.
Tue. the 26th of January 2016, the BFK team hit one million hours worked at Farringdon lost time injury free!
26th Dec. 2015 Leeds was hit by significant flood event, the River Aire reaching 1.2m above the previously recorded high.