Over the past sixteen years, we at BAM are thankful for the creative collaborations with our clients, consultants and each other.
To commemorate our sixteenth birthday, a variety of vibrant images were designed to acknowledge this milestone. Each of our clients and consultants received a different image in our anniversary email. You may recognize one of the images among those featured in our exciting, color-rotating 16 above! Which one did you receive?
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On October 6th, Reorg Research held a soiree to celebrate the opening of its new workplace designed by the BAM team. The sleek open-office reflects the client brand by incorporating blue throughout the space. Diverse light fixtures and scarlet seating in collaborative areas serve as striking design accents. A notable element is the entry wall featuring the Reorg Research name and local time for New York, London, and Los Angeles. Reorg Research commented that employee morale has skyrocketed in the new office, and the client team expressed their excitement over BAM’s specific design details throughout the evening.
BAM held a celebration in honor of a recently completed building we designed for our client, a growing prominent life sciences company. The event included a slideshow recapping notable points throughout the project and photos of many familiar faces from both BAM and the client team. BAM worked very closely with the client facilities team over the course of the project, and the celebration was a wonderful opportunity for all to take pride in the completed building.
With many golfers in attendance from both BAM and the client team, the event was commemorated with golf balls inscribed with “Congratulations” and the project name. Everyone especially enjoyed the putters and golf return provided by BAM, allowing people to practice their swing as a part of the completed building festivities.