BAM Construction on track to finish £10 million Middlesex school project six weeks early
BAM Construction is on course to complete a £10 million Middlesex school building project within a calendar year, shaving six weeks off the original project length.
BAM, which has offices in London, handed over Heathrow UTC on 26th of November, some six weeks before its contracted completion date of 15 January 2015.
Even with time allowed for post-construction personalisation works in early December, the contractor will be off site before Christmas – having started in the first week of 2014.
BAM also built a temporary school nearby with the same site team during that period.
The 4500sq m building will house pupils from January 2015, eventually holding 600 as the UTC grows.
Project manager, Brian Kelly, said: “This is an incredible achievement, and comes as a result of hard work from our great team of young site managers lead by Lee Macdonald and Andrew Sherwin,”
“There has been a great spirit of collaboration on this project, with everyone pulling together to find ways of getting the job done quicker.”
This was posted in Bdaily's Members' News section by Ellen Forster .
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