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The Young Professionals in Construction (YPiC) networking group is to build on its hugely successful inaugural event with a second meeting, this time in Glasgow. The second YPiC Wednesday will be hosted in The Corinthian Club, on the 9th December from 6:30 pm till 8:30pm.

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BAM Construction’s Johnstone Town Hall has scooped yet another award, this time from the Glasgow Institute of Architects. The community building, designed by Holmes Miller, received a commendation in the commercial category. Judges praised the project saying that “the development illustrates an

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BAM Construction has been appointed by INEOS as preferred bidder for its new Grangemouth headquarters. The project is part of INEOS’ ongoing development of its1,700 acre site on Inchyra Road. The £17 million building, designed by Michael Laird Partnership, will have four storeys comprising 6,863m

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Work is underway on a new £16m Imaging Centre of Excellence (ICE) for the University of Glasgow. The start of construction was marked by science minister Jo Johnson who helped to break ground at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital site where the ICE will be located.

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BAM has today been appointed principal contractor for the £170 million upgrade of the Aberdeen-Inverness line. The Scottish Government-funded enhancement will transform journeys on the route introducing a half-hourly commuter service between Aberdeen and Inverurie and additional peak services betwe

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Dougie Peters Dougie Peters has been appointed managing director of BAM Properties Ltd, succeeding John Burke who retires after almost twenty-five years with the UK business.

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The first networking event from new group Young Professionals in Construction (YPiC) was a roaring success, as more than 100 people attended the gathering at the Edinburgh offices of commercial law firm Maclay Murray & Spens (MMS). YPiC was set up to address the lack of forums for young professi

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A group of young construction professionals is to host its first event which aims to widen the professional networks of junior people from all areas of the Scottish construction industry. Young Professionals in Construction (YPiC) said it hopes to fill a void experienced in the construction industry

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BAM has been appointed by hub West Scotland to deliver a new £22 million leisure centre on the banks of the Clyde for West Dunbartonshire Council. Work has already started on the state of the art four-storey building, located in what was once the heart of Clydebank’s shipbuilding industry on the

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Crieff Primary School hub East Central Scotland has completed an £18 million project for the design and construction of two new primary schools in Perthshire.

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A 150-metre long comic book strip has been unveiled at BAM Construction’s site hoardings at the V&A Museum of Design Dundee. Comic illustrator Will Morris and graphic designer David Mackenzie were commissioned to design the giant comic strip. Called Adventures in Design, it tells the story of

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BAM is inviting local contractors and suppliers to breakfast on 14 August, so that they can find out about opportunities to work on the prestigious V&A at Dundee Museum. The BAM team will be joined by some of the main subcontractors already working on site. “We want to meet local businesses in

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Work on an “innovative” £24 million replacement for an ageing Anstruther school will begin as soon as possible after planning consent was agreed by Fife Council. Pupils are due to move into the new three-storey Waid Academy in March 2017.

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Glasgow City Council has granted planning permission to BAM Properties and Taylor Clark Properties to develop a £100m office and residential project at Atlantic Square, Glasgow. BAM said the development in Glasgow’s Broomielaw will help address concerns that the City may be losing its competitive

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The first major milestone in the construction of Dundee's £80.11 million V&A museum has been reached with the completion of a coffer dam in the River Tay. Beginning the construction of the museum in March, BAM Construction has now completed the temporary watertight structure built around the pa

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