BAM secures contracts worth $28m in Luxembourg

WCN Editorial Team 19 Dec 2019 EUROPE BUILDINGS

BAM Lux, a subsidiary of BAM’s Walloon company Galère, has secured four contracts worth of over €25m ($27.8m) in Luxembourg.

BAM has been selected for the construction of the Jean Monnet 2 building complex which will house the services of the European Commission in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.

The project includes a 24-storey office tower, a lower seven-storey building and a Welcome Pavilion for visitors.

Under the contract, the company is responsible for the structural work of the office tower and the Welcome Pavilion, along with the construction of the forecourt between the two buildings.

Located in Kirchberg, Luxembourg, Europe, the office tower is expected to house approximately 3,500 employees.

Scheduled to begin in the first quarter of 2020, the project is designed by KSP Jürgen Engel Architekten and Bollinger + GrohmannIngenieure is the engineer.

Bertrange Development has awarded BAM a contract to transform a former bank office in Bertrange into a residential building, dubbed A1.

The project includes 21 apartments with existing underground parking.

Additionally, the company has secured a contract from SociétéNationale des Habitations à Bon Marché (SNHBM)to provide the concrete works of five residential buildings comprising 33 apartments in Olm, Luxembourg.

The project will be completed at the end of October 2020.

Furthermore, BAM has secured a contract from Administration des PontsetChaussées, a Luxembourg highways agency, for the construction of a sound barrier in Luxembourg.

Under the contract, the company will construct a 2,250m-long sound barrier on the south side of the A13 motorway, located in the south of Luxembourg.

In October this year, UK-based private sector development company hub West Scotland has selected BAM Construction for the construction of North East Health Centre, in Parkhead, Glasgow.

With a capacity to accommodate 900 staff, the health centre will feature a three-storey building, spanning 10,000ft² of clinical, support and training space and car parking.


Image: Rendering of Jean Monnet 2 complex in Luxembourg. Photo: courtesy of BAM.

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