BAM appoints new pre-construction director for Scotland
Emma Fradgley has joined BAM Construction as pre-construction director based in the company’s office in Stepps.
With more than twelve years’ industry experience, Emma spent the past five years heading up the bid team of family business, the FES Group, and has held previous roles within Carillion and Alfred McAlpine Business Services.
As well as taking responsibility for managing BAMs pre-construction processes, Emma takes up the reins as the director responsible for managing BAM’s relationships with East Central, West and South East Hubcos. In her business development role she will draw on her extensive industry network to identify future opportunities for BAM in Scotland. As a qualified environmental manager Emma will also be working closely with our sustainability team to help drive awareness and programmes.
Emma Fradgley said “I’m delighted to be working with such a great team at BAM. It’s exciting to be a part of an organisation with such a robust and long-standing presence as a leader of property construction services in Scotland. I look forward to assisting in the expansion of the company’s successes and strengthening BAM’s foothold in its target markets.”
Bruce Dickson, regional director, BAM Construction, added: “We are delighted to welcome Emma onto our senior management team. When the opportunity arose we had a very good idea of the kind of person we were looking for to take on and develop the role. We already knew Emma and felt that she had the vision and values that matched our own. She joins a strong team but in my view has the ability to make us an even stronger performer in our markets.”
With a degree in Geology from the University of London, Emma is also a qualified in Environmental Management through the Institute of Environmental Management Association (IEMA).
Based in Stepps, BAM Construction is active in all areas of property construction, particularly in the education, cultural, leisure and healthcare sectors. Current projects include V&A Museum of Design Dundee; the Terminal Expansion Project at Edinburgh Airport and a landmark residential development within the grounds of historic Donaldson’s College in Edinburgh.