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As BAM continues to grow and evolve, so do our offices!
We are excited to announce that as of August 27th, BAM’s New York office will be located in the Flatiron District at:
30 West 24th Street
New York, NY 10010
Our phone numbers will stay the same. Nothing else has changed about us.
While BAM New York is moving, our Los Angeles office is staying at the current address.
Come visit BAM Los Angeles at 453 South Spring Street, Suite 1141.
We look forward to new and continuing collaborations!
SOLVING COMPLEX DESIGN PROBLEMS
Collaborating with St. Vincent’s Medical Center, BAM designed a high-end hybrid operating room for their Bridgeport hospital. Marrying hospitality with hard science resulted in the patient entering into an EP lab outfitted with relaxing, spa-level amenities. Upon discovering that surgery is needed, the space is instantly transformed into a sterile operating room.
The capacity to examine and perform surgery in one room resulted in reduced patient stress, the ability for doctors to provide more efficient treatment, and the hospital to gain higher patient throughput and profitability. A win-win-win for all parties involved.
Each quarter, our team gathers together outside of work for a BAM Outing. Each outing is planned by a different member of BAM, bringing us closer as a team through our individual interests. During our June outing, the New York BAMMERs took advantage of our location by visiting the nearby New Museum. The recently opened exhibitions fostered excitement and lively discussions among the BAM team. As designers of built environments, Thomas Bayrle’s Playtime exhibit especially interested our team through the immersive, repeating patterns and large-scale drawings.
The Los Angeles BAMMERs recent outing took the team on an adventure through Escape Room LA’s game The Pyramid. Reminiscent of the Legends of the Hidden Temple and Indiana Jones, the detailed, themed decor was of special interest to our team as a fun example of how architecture and design influences and improves a person’s experience.
By working together to solve a series of puzzles and complete challenges, The Pyramid was a way for everyone to have a great time through team building and the feeling of being action movie heroes.
Speaking engagements are an inspiring way to engage others by sharing insights as industry leaders. We are proud to announce that BAM team members Brian Spence and Helen Cohen are speaking at two upcoming events that delve into the evolving environment of architecture and design.
Read below to learn more and come say hello!
LAHQ The Inside Track on SoCal Projects
For the 2nd year in a row, BAM Principal Brian has been invited by LAHQ to host a round table discussion. Come and meet Brian if you’re curious about game-changing projects and rising trends in the Southern California design scene.
Arranged by the Los Angeles Headquarters Association (LAHQ), this event fosters collaboration and discussion between the leading design players in Southern California.
Learn more and register for this event at LAHQ.
Thursday, March 15, 2018
5:00PM – 7:00PM
538 S. Flower Street
Los Angeles, CA
New York, New York 90071
PDC Summit 2018: Adapting to the Shifting Tempo of Healthcare
Public Private Partnership Delivers a Medical Village
March 26th, 1:45PM
Patients are the priority for hospitals – but how can patients receive an improved experience in both comfort and efficiency? A medical village may be the answer. Join BAM’s Healthcare Practice Leader Helen as she speaks on a panel with Stantec, Montefiore Medical Center, and other firms involved in creating a “Medical Village” for Montefiore.
Hosted by American Hospital Association and the American Society for Healthcare Engineering (ASHE), this conference brings together the preeminent players in healthcare and design.
Learn more and register for this convention at PDC Summit 2018.
Sunday, March 25th-Wednesday, March 28th
2018 PDC Summit Convention Center
Music City Center
201 5th Ave S
Nashville, TN 37203
Last Thursday, BAM Yogi Pam led the office in a yoga class.
Pam began by reciting a poem to bring us to a calm place.
It does not mean to be in a place where there is no noise, trouble or hard work.
Peace means to be in the midst of these things and still be calm in your heart.
Playing sounds from the Grand Canyon, Pam guided our breathing as we transitioned from Dandasana (Seated Mountain Pose) to Navasana (Boat Pose) and other yoga poses.
A huge thank you to Pam for sharing your passion for yoga with us. You supported us at all our experience levels, and it was wonderful to come together as a team for a period of relaxation.
See photos above from the yoga class, including the impromptu yoga mats made out of carpet samples!