Whitehouse Construction

Birmingham Airport - Fuel Farm Enabling Work

Whitehouse construction case study
Security critical environment
Live, operational environment
Significant traffic management

The Problem

Birmingham Airport serves up to 18million passengers per year and as part of their future master plan, a new Terminal Extension is scheduled to provide a larger departure lounge with glazed mezzanine, and improved baggage sortation facilities.

To support future construction, the fuel farm was relocated to an area just outside the runway where capacity could be increased to account for the anticipated upturn in demand.

Providing the best value possible for Birmingham Airport

Working with Birmingham Airport operational staff, air-traffic control, Borderforce, security personnel and health & safety teams, we provided a seamless transition with no disruption to airport activities. Ultimately providing best value for Birmingham Airport, we saw no interruption to any day-to-day activities, and peak times were managed effectively by our on-site delivery team. Once complete, the new Terminal Building will increase the size of the current departure lounge in the north terminal by almost 40% with significantly improved operational efficiency.

What did they think?

"At the TE18 progress meeting it was noted by the TE18 PMO team following their earlier site visit to the Fuel Farm, they commented on the quality of the works carried out and on your H&S."

Stephen Jones, Project Manager

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