Celebrating at the 34th Annual BILD Awards

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Team BAM was in full attendance for the 34th annual BILD awards last Friday. The whole team was thrilled to be part of such a magnificent event. The room was packed with home-building and land development industry professionals – and we couldn’t have been more excited to be part of it!

We’re pleased to announce that two of our clients took home BILD awards from the ceremony. This year’s Green Builder of the Year (Low-Rise) was awarded to Empire Communities. This award recognizes outstanding leadership in green building practices. Empire Communities demonstrates dedication to sustainability from the site planning stage through to their home designs and construction, and we’re proud to be part of their team when it comes to strategizing and marketing this green edge. Way to go, Empire Communities!

Empire WIN

Brookfield Residential and BAM were awarded with the newest BILD award for the year – best new video. You could hear team BAM cheering on our clients as they accepted their awards.

Brookfield WIN

We’re proud of all of our clients for their focus on quality, innovation and industry leadership this year. Each finalist deserves a pat on the back – hard work and dedication were really evident this year! I would also like to take this opportunity to thank my amazing team at BAM for their contributions.

A great night was had by all – we enjoyed seeing all of our industry friends and celebrating everyone’s success together. Here’s to another great year ahead! You can check us out on Facebook for more photos of the night!

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