Latest News | 28 September 2015

Idom Starts €20m Airport Project

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Bondholder and one of the UK's leading multi-disciplinary engineering consultancies, Idom Merebrook, has started work on a modernisation project for Ireland's busiest airport.

Due to be completed in 2019, the firm has embarked upon a €20million aviation apron rehabilitation project at Dublin Airport where an average of 60,000 passengers and more than 600 aircraft movements take place every day.

“This is both an exciting and challenging project for our team. All of our engineering works had to be phased to mitigate their impact upon the airfield operations”
— Javier Losada, Aviation Manager at Idom Merebrook

Aprons provide facilities for Airbus and Boeing aircraft to manoeuvre, park and be serviced. Many of the aprons are over 40 years old and require maintenance and upgrading.

“Major transport infrastructure projects is an area in which we as an organisation excel, we have great pride in our contribution to the Queen’s Terminal at Heathrow, along with other high profile projects”
— Nigel Huish, Managing Director at Idom Merebrook

Idom has been engaged to manage a phased apron rehabilitation project to replace existing apron pavements before they become a business interruption of health and safety risk.

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