Balfour Beatty has secured work worth up to £180M on Heathrow airport.
The contractor will maintain and upgrade Terminals 1, 2 and 4 at the Middlesex airport for the next three years.
It was appointed as the sole contractor to Lot 1 of Heathrow’s Delivery Integrator Framework, which is designed to create savings each year.
Balfour Beatty will deliver projects worth between £500,000 and £70M. There is an option to extend the appointment for a further two years at the end of 2016.
Balfour Beatty executive chairman Steve Marshal said: ³We have worked in partnership with Heathrow for 15 years and we will continue to bring our leading capabilities in areas such as building information modelling and safety to our work at Terminals 1, 2 and 4; and play our part in helping Heathrow maintain its position as a leading travel hub.”
Heathrow last week submitted its case for expansion to the Sir Howard Davies-led Airports Commission.
Meanwhile, Andrew McNaughton resigned from the post of Balfour Beatty chief executive earlier this month amid a series of announcements from the firm, including a profit warning.