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BAM Construction has secured a deal to design and build a £43 million new high school in Levenmouth, Fife. The deal is one of the largest infrastructure projects procured so far using the Scottish Government’s hub framework, which brings together community planning partners, including health and

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BAM's Andrew Pryke on how 3D printing offering exciting possibilities for construction industry. When the first model T came off Ford’s Detroit production line in 1908, its design and production method transformed the automotive industry, cutting the cost of motoring and making it accessible to e

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(from left) Ulrich Steinmetz, John Burke and Bailie Liz Cameron A topping out ceremony that blended a mix of Glaswegian and German traditions has been held at CONNECT110NS in Queen Street, a new office development led by BAM Properties.

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BAM Construction has commenced work on the last school to be delivered under the Building Fife’s Future Framework.

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Lauren Miller In keeping with its drive to attract more women into the industry, BAM Construction Scotland has appointed Lauren Miller as a new site manager.

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As school pupils begin to choose their subject options and look ahead to their prelims, BAM Construction is urging Scottish school girls to consider taking up construction related university courses and apprenticeships in a bid to increase the number of women in senior roles in the construction indu

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BAM Properties has sold its commercial property development Connect110ns in the heart of Glasgow’s premier commercial and retail district to Deutsche Asset & Wealth Management (Deutsche AWM).

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BAM Properties and Taylor Clark Properties have announced plans to jointly develop 300,000sq ft. of space in Atlantic Square, Glasgow to offer one of the largest office developments in the city. Their joint venture is about to seek planning permission from Glasgow City Council.

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