BAM has appointed Menno de Jonge (pictured) as its director digital of construction, with effect from 1 October.
De Jonge is currently business development manager at software company Autodesk Before joining that, he was active in construction IT.
The appointment fits with BAM’s strategy for the 2016-20 period, which will focus on offering comprehensive services using a digital construction platform. The company says it intends to "lead digitisation by applying the most modern design, visualisation and simulation tools".
BAM recently unveiled the world’s first autonomous robot 3D printer
It was recently awarded a $100m contract to renovate the Driebergen-Zeist rail station, near Utrecht in the Netherlands.