BAM Construction reappointed to Manchester Airport Group Capital Works Framework
Hemel Hemstead, 10 March 2022 - BAM Construction has retained its place on Manchester Airport Group’s (MAG) £700 million Major Capital Works Framework, for use by MAG entities including Manchester Airport, East Midlands Airport and Stansted Airport.
BAM has been reappointed to the framework having delivered several successful high-profile building and infrastructure projects under MAG’s previous capital delivery programme framework.
The five-year Framework includes an option to extend to a maximum of eight years in single year increments and covers civils construction works, new build construction works and refurbishment works.
The framework is divided into 12 Lots based on value band and location, with BAM Construction securing places on all four of the Lots for which it tendered:
- Lot 2C – New Build and Fit-Out (North) for works valued greater than £10 million
- Lot 2D – New Build and Fit-Out (South) for works valued greater than £10 million
- Lot 3C – Refurbishment (North) for works valued greater than £10 million
- Lot 3D – Refurbishment (South) for works valued greater than £10 million
Adrian Blackie, Pre-Construction Director, said: ‘We are delighted to have retained our place on this exciting framework and we look forward to continuing our work on behalf of Manchester Airport Group for another five years. BAM delivered a diverse range of aviation schemes under the previous capital works framework and the expertise, collaborative approach and versatility of our regional teams will ensure that we will continue to partner effectively with MAG across its geographical footprint.’
Projects delivered by BAM’s North West team at Manchester Airport via the previous MAG Framework include the construction of a 6,500-space meet and greet multi-storey car park (MSCP) at Terminal 1 and Terminal 3, the replacement of flooring in Terminals 2 and 3, the resurfacing of a runway viewing platform and the construction of a new retail unit at Terminal 2.
In addition, BAM’s South East team delivered the construction of a 2,500 space MSCP on five upper levels and the refurbishment of the passenger tunnels and the airside satellite 2 building at Stansted Airport.
Previous aviation sector projects delivered by BAM outside of the MAG framework include a £3.2 million, three-storey terminal extension at Newcastle Airport and the first phase of a terminal expansion at Edinburgh Airport that included new domestic and international arrival facilities as well as additional retail, lounge and office space.