For over 60 years BAM has been at the centre of shaping Ireland’s national infrastructure and creating many of its most iconic buildings.
As a leading construction, civil engineering, PPP investment, and facilities management company, we help public and private sector clients reduce carbon emissions and enhance sustainability over the lifecycle of their buildings and infrastructure.
With a turnover for 2022 of €669 million, we employ over 3,000 people directly and indirectly and are a wholly-owned subsidiary of Royal BAM Group (RBG) of the Netherlands. RBG is listed on the Euronext Amsterdam exchange and revenue for 2022 was €6.6 billion. RBG employs around 14,000 people with main operations in the Netherlands, Ireland, and UK.
BAM has once again been commended for its climate action, achieving a leadership place on CDP’s prestigious ‘A List’ for climate change.
BAM is a platinum member of the Irish Green Building Council, which aligns with BAM’s desire to be a driving force behind the transformation of the Irish construction and property sector into a global leader in quality and sustainability
Recent projects include: The Shipping Office; The NCH Satellite Centres at Blanchardstown and Tallaght; The 2,766m2 Visual Control Tower at 87m high, Dublin Airport; The 14,000m2 Navigation Square Block A in Cork; the 30,000m2 Acute Mental Health Inpatient Centre at Belfast City Hospital; the 37,000m2 Boland’s Quay Development; the N11 Gorey to Enniscorthy PPP and the N25 New Ross PPP Schemes.
Ongoing projects include: Waterford North Quay Public Infrastructure Project, The 160,000m2 New Children’s Hospital (NCH); New Maternity Hospital at Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast; Newmarket Square; One Lime Street; Green Acre Grange Dundrum; Athy Distributor Road; N3 Snugbourough Interchange; N5 Turlough to Westport JV. BAM continues to be active in the Irish PPP market; it has already successfully delivered 9 projects to date:
Expanding our expert and diverse workforce is integrated into our new strategy - Building a Sustainable Tomorrow. People are the foundation of this strategy. We want to remain the employer of choice, leading with an open and diverse culture, educating and nurturing the next generation and supporting causes people believe in.
The world of construction is changing rapidly, and our clients want predictable, safe and sustainable solutions. BAM can meet these requirements by applying more industrialised techniques and by remaining at the forefront of the use of digitisation. We will also continue our focus on innovation and investing in the latest technologies. This will ultimately improve safety in the workplace and result in more energy-efficient and environmentally sustainable projects while providing very high quality and competitive solution to our clients.
BAM strategic plan 2021-2023: Building a sustainable tomorrow
Increased profitability and continued de-risking by focus on markets and projects where BAM has proven competitive strengths, creating a platform for future growth.