BAM in portraits

BAM is special because of its people. You can have the best strategies and technologies, but it is the people who implement them who make the difference. In customer feedback interviews, clients praise the quality of our people, time and time again.

Below, the people of BAM tell their stories. About the way they work. About their drives and their enthusiasm. About open collaboration and sharing knowledge. About taking ownership of quality and safety. About doing what they say they’re going to do.

Are you one of those BAM people and would you like to add your story? You can! Please contact.

Peter Zwaal: ‘We are bringing our absolute best’

‘We are bringing our absolute best’

Peter Zwaal

Harry van Gunst: ‘Ready for the future, everything is Telecom’

‘Ready for the future, everything is Telecom’

Harry van Gunst

Clementine Roest: ‘Investments in relationships pay themselves off’

‘Investments in relationships pay themselves off’

Clementine Roest

Martijn Kessels: ‘It makes me happy to see people show proactive ownership’

‘It makes me happy to see people show proactive ownership’

Martijn Kessels

Rien Ganseman: ‘On your own you’re nothing’

‘On your own you’re nothing’

Rien Ganseman

Timothy Darnoud: ‘Proud of our identity’

‘Proud of our identity’

Timothy Darnoud

Yuri Kiontke: ‘After 15 years I can still see new avenues for exploration’

‘After 15 years I can still see new avenues for exploration’

Yuri Kiontke

Koen van Doremaele: ‘Smarter from working with colleagues in other disciplines’

‘Smarter from working with colleagues in other disciplines’

Koen van Doremaele

Froukelien Horstra: ‘It feels good to achieve something you never knew you had in you’

‘It feels good to achieve something you never knew you had in you’

Froukelien Horstra

Sophie Kuipers: ‘It is immensely motivating to know I can help my colleagues’

‘It is immensely motivating to know I can help my colleagues’

Sophie Kuipers

Klaas-Jan Visser: ‘I contribute to BAM by connecting people’

‘I contribute to BAM by connecting people’

Klaas-Jan Visser