Partnering WithThe Client

Ronald McDonald House Charities
Ronald McDonald House of Long Island
Stony Brook, New York

The Not-For-Profit project type brings a different set of requirements for project management that BAM is well positioned for. Regardless of organization type, BAM’s relationship centric project and client approach bodes well when there are many stakeholders involved in the development and planning process. We understand that there are a variety of voices that need to be heard from and requirements addressed, including Board Members, Donors, Organization Leadership, and End Users to name a few. Clear and consistent communication is critical for all parties to move together in a unified project approach. BAM led presentation and discussions through each phase of the project’s development to ensure project success from all vantage points.

Bonding andCommunity Building

Yale New Haven Health
Lauren Telesz | Smilow Teen Center
In Partnership With Teen Cancer America
New Haven, CT

An exciting expansion at Yale New Haven Health focuses on the needs of a unique and often overlooked demographic – teenage cancer patients. The new center is the resulting collaboration between a charity started by the rock band The Who named Teen Cancer America and Lauren Telesz, a cancer survivor whose passion raised a majority of the project’s funding. At its core, the Teen Center is a place for hospital-bound teens and young adults to go to do what people that age want to do… socialize, explore, imagine, and grow.

Academic Environments

DNA Learning Center
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals
DNA Learning Center
Sleepy Hollow, New York

As Regeneron continues to grow, BAM is collaborating with them on a second site located in nearby Sleepy Hollow. A priority of Regeneron’s founders is to support students interested in STEM, and this project realizes their dream of providing an on-site location at Regeneron to welcome and engage students in a real-world laboratory setting.