Health Projects

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Amazing time-lapse video of the NHS Nightingale Hospital for Yorkshire and Humber
Amazing time-lapse video of the NHS Nightingale Hospital for Yorkshire and Humber in less than 3 weeks. BAM worked 24 hours a day in shift patterns, alongside a number of expert partners. #TeamNightingale #ThankYouNHS
an operating room with medical equipment in the foreground and blue lights on the ceiling
Children’s hybrid cardiac theatre and intraoperative MRI project, Leeds General Infirmary
Built by BAM four storeys above the ground, the new operating theatre is designed to improve patient outcomes for the most complex cases
the building has many windows on it and is next to a sign that says wheatfield hospital
Wharfedale Locality Hospital, Otley
A PFI funded project, BAM PPP was responsible for the delivery of the scheme and worked with sister companies BAM Construction and BAM Facilities Management to build, and now maintain, the new hospital. Our Facilities Manager helped the hospital cut their operating theatre electricity use by 28% - by investigating the need for air conditioning in unused operating theatres.
two buildings that are next to each other with windows on the sides and grass in the middle
Newcastle Upon Tyne
Institute of Transplantation, Newcastle In 2011, we built the UK’s first purpose-built Institute of Transplantation (IoT), through the ProCure21 framework, at the Freeman Hospital in Newcastle, which is world renowned for pioneering transplant surgery. The new building is a direct response to the government’s Organ Donation Taskforce recommendation to increase the number of organ donations by 50% by 2013, which was achieved. During construction, we diverted 98.6% of our site waste from landfil
a large white building sitting on the side of a road
John Radcliffe Hospital
John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxfordshire. We successfully completed £44 million worth of projects at John Radcliffe Hospital, the main teaching hospital for Oxford University and Oxford Brookes University, under the Procure 21 framework. ‘BAM and its design team partners have fully embraced the partnering ethos and collaboration expected with the aspirations of P21. It has been a pleasure to work with such a professional team and have good personal relationships, joint learning opportunities and
an artist's rendering of the entrance to a building with people walking around it
Aintree University Hospital, Liverpool
Aintree University Hospital in Liverpool. Work on the new, £35 million urgent care and trauma centre at the Aintree University Hospital, just outside Liverpool, is well under way. The project will transform the hospital’s emergency and urgent care services, creating the most modern Emergency Department in the region and offering state-of-the-art facilities for patients.
a large building with many cars parked in front of it
Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge - BAM
Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge. BAM worked at an entirely different scale to develop their new building, which gives them twice as much space as their former facility.The design of the new building represents an X-shaped chromosome and is both striking to look at and excellent to work in, with a large atrium and circulation space joining two assymetrical blocks. It incorporates state-of-the-art facilities for some 400 scientists and 200 support staff.
an artist's rendering of the exterior of a building
Systems Medicine Building
We’re building the new Systems Medicine Building for the Institute of Genetics and Molecular Medicine (IGMM) at the Western General Hospital in Edinburgh. Connecting all three existing buildings, it will provide a central atrium as well as a new iconic frontage that will change the face of the east side of the hospital site. As befitting a leading-edge research facility, there’s a deliberate emphasis on green issues and sustainability. The project is targeting a BREEAM ‘Excellent’ rating.
an aerial view of a parking lot with lots of cars parked in front of it
Morriston Hospital, Swansea
At Morriston Hospital in Swansea, BAM is involved at every level. From car parks and offices to the flagship new entrance. The hospital is gradually undergoing a massive redevelopment to replace pre-war buildings with new facilities fit for 21st century medicine. All under the auspices of the Welsh Health Estate ‘Designed for Life’ Framework. Construction has to go on as unobtrusively as possible, alongside everyday life of the existing hospital.
an office filled with lots of desks and computers next to tall windows in a building
Selby Community Project. BAM built a civic centre and a hospital on the same Selby site in an innovative project to improve facilities for patients as well as hospital and council staff. We constructed the three-storey hospital and two-bedroom office block on vacant land next to the existing War Memorial Hospital. Then we demolished the old hospital and put in car parking facilities and landscaped gardens. The building secured a BREEAM Excellent rating.
the redwoods centre is located on an empty street
The Redwoods Centre, Shrewsbury
The Redwood Centre, Shrewsbury. BAM built a modern mental health village to replace the Victorian era Shelton Hospital in Shrewsbury. The 112-bed Redwoods Centre was opened in September 2012 offering service users the highest standards of care in a far more comfortable environment. The facility achieved BREEAM Excellent rating. It uses natural ventilation, is highly insulated and generates some of its own heat and power.
a large building that has a glass staircase on it
BAM built a new clinical wing at London’s famous Great Ormond Street Hospital to provide cutting-edge facilities for staff and patients. BAM built a new clinical wing at London’s famous Great Ormond Street Hospital to provide cutting-edge facilities for staff and patients.We built an eight-storey building that houses four levels of modern wards, including intensive care, allowing patients to recuperate in a far more comfortable and hi-tech environment.