With a height of 215 metres, De Zalmhaven proudly stands as the tallest in the Benelux. Towering over the Maas and the Museumpark, it meets the Erasmus Bridge face to face. The two towers form a visual staircase to the lower Scheepvaartkwartier and complete the design. The buildings of De Zalmhaven contain 485 rented and owner-occupied homes, a car park, offices, commercial spaces, a roof garden and a panorama terrace offering views of stunning sights.
The topping out was celebrated on 14 October 2021.
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Royal BAM Group is reducing its footprint and creating sustainable environments by making steps by taking steps to set measurable targets and to develop new sustainable technologies in its projects and business operations.
BAM Infra Nederland, together with its clients and co-makers, developed a number of world firsts to electrify its equipment. It started using a hybrid CPT truck, an electric asphalt paver and an electric road roller in the projects.
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BAM FM is providing integrated facilities management (IFM) services for Chilton Trinity School, Elmwood School and Robert Blake Science College in Somerset. The schools are located on two sites and have a total of 2,200 pupils aged 3-19.
Services include a dedicated on-site mechanical and electrical engineering team, the lifecycle management of the school's buildings and grounds, catering and cleaning.
BAM is upgrading London's 150-year-old sewer system to meet the needs of the capital's growing population. The Thames Tideway Tunnel is the biggest infrastructure project in the UK to be undertaken by the water industry. It's due to be finished by 2024.
BAM uses 3D design models throughout the build, and BAM is one of the first companies to have a Fulmax virtual reality cube on site. Using this, site operatives can view digital models in progress, and provide their input to improve the build.
BAM is among the first construction companies to use Field 360 on iPad. This allows mechanical and electrical engineers to complete on-site maintenance work entirely digitally.
In November 2021 the new water treatment plant at Varty Reservoir was officially opened by Minister for Housing, Local Government and Heritage Darragh O'Brien.
During the opening Minister O'Brien stated: "
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