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BAM scoops prestigious ‘Constructing Excellence’ awards for landmark construction projects

BAM Construction is celebrating success at the 2021 Constructing Excellence Yorkshire and Humber Awards after two landmark projects delivered by its North East team were recognised with a number of awards.

On what proved to be a very successful night for BAM, the Sir William Henry Bragg building at the University of Leeds was named Building Project of the Year and the Nightingale Hospital Yorkshire & Humber scooped the award for Integration and Collaborative Working, as well as the prestigious ‘Best of the Best’ award. Both construction projects were also Highly Commended or finalists in several other categories.

Construction of the £96 million Sir William Henry Bragg building was completed in March 2021. The building is the largest single construction project that the University of Leeds has undertaken since the 1960s, providing engineering and physical sciences students and staff with an impressive range of specialised laboratory facilities and teaching spaces to support cutting-edge research and collaboration.

The 500-bed temporary Nightingale Hospital Yorkshire & Humber was officially opened in April 2020 by the late Captain Sir Tom Moore. It was built through the collaboration of BAM’s construction, design, engineering, plant and facilities management businesses, along with the British Army, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, NG Bailey, Silcock Leedham, Roses Medical, Brebur and Harrogate Conference Centre.

The annual Constructing Excellence Yorkshire and Humber Awards are organised by the Centre for Knowledge Exchange, part of the School of Built Environment, Engineering and Computing at Leeds Beckett University.