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Heathrow Airport extends Morgan Sindall's framework term

A photograph of the Heathrow site

Morgan Sindall has confirmed that it has received an extension to cover the full five-year framework term at Heathrow Airport together with an additional year (Q6 +1) taking the contract through to 2020.

Morgan Sindall was one of four partners originally appointed in 2014 to deliver a £3 billion programme of upgrades and improvements at Heathrow Airport.

Keith Cannin, Aviation Managing Director at Morgan Sindall, said: “We are delighted to be continuing our established working relationship with Heathrow Airport. Morgan Sindall has worked extensively at Heathrow Airport, both on the airfield and in the terminals, for more than 25 years.

“Our experienced team is used to the pressures of operating in a live airside environment where avoiding disruption to day-today operations is paramount. We look forward to continuing to work with our customer to deliver improvements across the Airport.”

Morgan Sindall is currently carrying out a variety of projects at Heathrow Airport, including taxiway upgrades, drainage works, primary cable replacement, upgrades to approach lights, airside and landside roads and car parks, provision and installation of fixed electrical ground power, upgrade and improvement works to the Eastern Balancing Reservoir together with efficiency improvements to the Airport’s preconditioned air system. In 2017 Morgan Sindall will be carrying out a major refurbishment of the airside cargo tunnel.