Supporting the terminal expansion plans at Birmingham International Airport, Careys Civil Engineering has been appointed a package of substructure groundworks and civils works.
Welcoming 18 million visitors each year
The terminal expansion plan includes the expansion of the departure lounge, baggage hall, provision of additional retail units, loading dock and baggage storage areas and retail areas to accommodate an additional 4 million people to the airport per year, bringing the total number of people expected to walk through the airports doors to 18 million over an annual period.
Our scope of works
Working directly for Birmingham International Airport, Careys Civil Engineering will be responsible for delivering the substructure groundworks and civil works, including:
- Pad foundations
- Major service protection
- Concrete slabs
- Major foul sewer diversion which is in close proximity of the aircraft taxi areas and passenger link bridges
Commenced last month, our works are scheduled for completion over 37 weeks.
On being awarded the contract by Birmingham International Airport, Steve Regan, CEO Careys Civil Engineering, commented,
This is further testament to our growing aviation capabilities and follows on from the successful delivery of the Edinburgh Airport Stands Development, Phases 2A and 2B at the end of last year and our works previously delivered at Heathrow Airport and RAF Lossiemouth. We look forward to working with Birmingham International Airport to deliver their terminal expansion plan to meet the rapidly growing passenger demand.
The award of the contract at Birmingham International Airport further strengthens the presence of the Carey Group in Birmingham, as we currently have a large team present in the city working on the infrastructure for a major sporting event due to take place in the region in 2022. To read more about out aviation capabilities, please click here.