All Bam articles – Page 5

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    Crossrail awards € 1,5 billion UK tunnelling contracts

    2010-12-14T09:22:00Z

    Nearly 21 km of twin-bore tunnel will be constructed underneath central London

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    Bam reports 9-month loss

    2010-11-18T14:39:00Z

    Net € 45,5 million loss as a result of property impairment and declining revenues

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    BAM Balfour Beatty named preferred bidder for Irish road PPP

    2010-09-16T11:26:00Z

    BAM Balfour Beatty consortium named preferred bidder for the N17/N18 Gort to Tuam PPP Scheme in Ireland by the National Roads Authority.

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    BAM's stable first half

    2010-08-26T12:54:00Z

    Royal BAM Group reports a first half rise in profit from reduced revenue

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    Aarsleff-BAM International JV wins Tanzania road contract

    2010-05-04T11:36:00Z

    Aarsleff-BAM International JV wins TZS 136.3 billion (US$ 97 million) road construction contract in Tanzania.

  • Belgian-based NeyPoulissen Architects & Engineers has won the competition to design and construc
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    New bridge for Nijmegen

    2010-02-02T12:35:00Z

    NeyPoulissen Architects Engineers has won the competition to design and construct the new De Oversteek bridge in Nijmegen, the Netherlands.

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    BAM Nuttall wins rail contract

    2010-01-15T11:40:00Z

    BAM Nuttall has won a UK£ 190 million (€ million) contract to construct a new main line from London to Oxfordshire and the Midlands.

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    Wind speed

    2009-11-25T11:59:00Z

    Meeting a tight deadline and coping with high winds were just two of the challenges faced by Bam in the construction of Europe's largest airport development in Berlin, Germany.

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    WEB EXCLUSIVE: BAM tackles Europe's largest airport development

    2009-09-04T12:37:00Z

    Meeting a tight deadline and coping with high winds were just two of the challenges faced by BAM in the construction of Europe's largest airport development in Berlin, Germany.

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    Property drags Bam down

    2009-08-27T10:27:00Z

    Loss-making real estate business hits Dutch group's profits.

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    Bam profits plummet

    2009-05-28T14:23:00Z

    Bam reported first quarter sales of € 1,7 billion, down -4,8% on the € 1,8 billion recorded 12 months previously.

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    Sales and profits up at Bam

    2009-03-05T11:35:00Z

    Bam reported 2008 revenues of € 8,8 billion, up +3,5% on 2007 sales of € 8,5 billion. Pre-tax profits for 2008, before goodwill impairment, rose +3,1% to € 352 million, up from € 341 million the previous year.

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    BAM International wins two contracts in Tanzania

    2009-02-18T09:46:00Z

    BAM International has won two contracts in Tanzania worth over € 55 million (US$ 69 million).

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    Van Rompuy leaves Bam for high office

    2009-01-07T09:40:00Z

    Herman Van Rompuy has resigned from the Supervisory Board of Dutch contractor Bam, following his appointment as the Prime Minister of Belgium.

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    Interbeton wins Yas Island contract

    2008-12-18T16:01:00Z

    Interbeton, the Royal Bam Group’s operating company for non-European construction, has received a letter of intent for the construction of the welcome pavilion at Ferrari World on Yas Island, Abu Dhabi, UAE, as well as the Movenpick hotel and Yas Island shopping centre.

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    BAM wins JV Antwerp rail contract

    2008-11-27T17:02:00Z

    The Locorail consortium, which consists of BAM PPP (50%), CFE (25%) and Vinci Concessions (25%), has won the contract to construct the Liefkenshoek Rail Link in Antwerp, Belgium for rail network infrastructure manager Infrabel.

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    BAM acquires FED Holding

    2008-10-07T13:21:00Z

    Netherlands-based Royal BAM Group has acquired all the shares of mechanical and electrical company FED Holding, which is based in Saint-Nicolas, Belgium. The shares were held by FED Holding's management.

  • Raxtar hoists like these will be used in the construction of New York's 'Freedom Tower'.
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    Raxtar hoists on New York’s ‘Freedom Tower’

    2008-09-25T08:33:00Z

    New York rental company Atlantic Hoisting Scaffolding will supply 12 Raxtar construction hoists built in the Netherlands for use on the construction of the 420 m high ‘Freedom Tower’ on the site of Ground Zero in Manhattan.

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    Bam revenues up +10% in H1 08

    2008-08-28T10:17:00Z

    Bam reported first half sales of € 4,2 billion, up +10% on the same period in 2007. Pre-tax profit mirrored sales as it also climbed +10% from € 119 million in the first half of 2007 to € 131 million in 2008.