BAM tipped for £20m Aga Khan University student hall

BAM tipped for £20m Aga Khan University student hallKing’s Cross goods yard developer Argent is set to award BAM Construction the job to build a student hall block for the Aga Khan University.

The project for the Aga Khan Foundation is expected to cost around £20m and will provide 198 student rooms within a 12-storey brick clad building at the vast London development site.

The student halls are the first of four planned building jobs for the Aga Khan Development Network, which BAM is now in the box seat to take.

This could be worth up to £150m in construction work.

via BAM tipped for £20m Aga Khan University student hall Ι Construction Enquirer.

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