WSP has secured a five-year contract with Birmingham Airport, as part of its 10-year development plan.
WSP’s remit will span buildings as well as airside and landside infrastructure with the option of extending the contract for a further two years.
Areas including building services, structures, civil engineering, airfield engineering, fire engineering, environmental advisory, baggage handling, IT/ICS and security are all included as part of the framework.
Birmingham Airport technical services director Rod Hulse said: “Our partnership will provide support for the Capital Investment Programme, where WSP will work on delivering our development programme.
WSP UK aviation director Tim Morrison added: “We’re looking forward to helping the Airport expand and develop its existing and new infrastructure, exploring efficiencies and making innovative improvements that will ensure that Birmingham is not only Future Ready, but also continues to increase its position on the global stage.”
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