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Rotterdam's new art icon

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Most sustainable development in the world

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Upgrade railway line cuts journey times

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Award-winning flyover of 110 metres

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Office building with minimal energy usage

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New tunnel improves connection with European rail network

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Historical landmark

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190,000m2 of concrete paving for new bypass

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Incident frequency (IF BAM)
2018 - 4.2
2017 - 4.6
Safety behaviour audit (in %)
2018 - 72
2017 - 72
Number of employees (at 31 December, in FTE)
2018 - 20,194
2017 - 19,837
Female/male employees (in %) /
2018 - 17/83
2017 - 16/84
Construction and office waste (in kilotonnes)
2018 - 129
2017 - 134
CO2 emissions (in kilotonnes)
2018 - 193
2017 - 186
Energy consumption (in terajoules)
2018 - 2,744
2017 - 2,644
Certified sustainable timber
(FSC and PEFC) (in %)
2018 - 94
2017 - 98

BAM plants 150,000 trees

Royal BAM Group nv made the sustainable choice to celebrate its 150th anniversary by planting 150,000 trees in 2019, to help preserve the planet for future generations. BAM employees volunteered at the European locations to plant the trees, with support from school children in Belgium and Denmark.

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50 BAM colleagues together with pupils from local primary schools planted 3,000 trees – a mixed forest of deciduous trees - in the Steenbergse Bossen in Zottegem. This joint initiative from BAM and volunteer movement Natuurpunt adds 1.5 hectares of woodland to the nature reserve.


The area in Sicirec in the Bolivian Lowlands, known as a gateway to the tropical rainforest, is one of the 34 biological hotspots in the world that is threatened with destruction by unsustainable agricultural practices. It is here that 50,000 trees have been planted with support from 50 farmers and their family, to improve and stabalise the farmers' economic situation.


In Copenhagen area, 56 fruit trees at four day care centres have been planted with support from schoolchildren. The fruit trees are part of an educational package. With books, posters and planting guides children will learn how to plant and maintain the small fruit tree plantation.


4,000 trees were planten in Bärenstein as a mixed new forest. The tree planting project in Friedrichsruh consisted of forest restoration (a mix of 4,000 trees) in a nature reserve where trees were damaged by storms and invading beetles.


At Mount John (Newcastle) 2,000 trees were planted as new agroforest while in Ballineen, 1,000 trees were replanted due to storm damages in a multifunctional forest.

The Netherlands

At two locations (Hollandse Hout and Houten), 20,000 trees have been planted, partly replacing forest with a lot of sick trees due to a fungus. New mixed forest have been replaced.


500 oak trees were planted in the Hardwald in Muttenz, replacing pine trees which did not survive the hot and dry summer of 2018.


In Kibale National Park 50,000 trees has been planted to restore and protect tropical rainforest, including the habitat for primates like chimpansees. The Uganda Wildlife Authorities (UWA) together with the villagers has set up three tree nurseries and around 155 villagers have found employment through BAM’s tree plant initiative.

United Kingdom

A total of 13,500 trees has been planted on five locations.
  • 3,000 trees at, Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, included a diverse mix of plots with native Irish trees and traditional wild varieties of fruit and nut trees.
  • 3,000 trees – multifunctional forest with native species - at Ballymoney, Northern Ireland
  • 3,000 trees in Warwickshire and Worcestershire as part of a huge new woodland in the heart of England.
  • 2.500 trees in Dorsington/Stratford-upon-Avon as part of a huge new woodland in the Midlands of
  • 2,000 trees at a location in Manchester.