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April 2008 – T5 sets world standard

Congratulations to all members of the construction team that delivered BAA’s new Terminal 5 at Heathrow on time and to budget. It is a great achievement …

Heathrow T5 ancillary buildings completed

A Taylor Woodrow-led consortium, which included steel work contractor Rowecord Engineering, has completed three important ancillary buildings for BA Operations …

Preparing for take-off

A new eye-catching and innovatively designed control tower is nearing completion at Newcastle Airport. The new £8.2M control tower at Newcastle International …

Overnight work bridges the gap at airport

Caunton Engineering’s erection department recently secured a nighttime possession to erect the final two sections of new 150m long link bridge at East …

40 Years Ago: Steelwork speeds civil airport expansion

Taken from Building with steel, 1967 At practically every civil airport throughout the world the story is the same. Because of increased traffic, both freight …

Overground underground

Among some prestigious and highly visible steelwork at Heathrow Terminal 5, one contractor has completed some equally important steelwork below the surface, on …

SSDA 2006 – Gatwick Pier 6 Air Bridge North Terminal, Gatwick Airport

This landmark structure at one of the world’s busiest airports provides a unique experience for passengers as they pass above taxiing aircraft. Constructing …

SSDA 2006 – Air Traffic Control Tower, Heathrow Airport

Steelwork was the material of choice for one of the tallest control towers ever built. In the words of the judges, Heathrow’s new 87m high steel control …

Air lift for sky bridge

Three large 18m-long steel sections, which form Heathrow’s T5 skybridge, have recently been lifted into position with the aid of a 500t capacity crane. Each …

New control tower for Newcastle Airport

Newcastle International Airport has announced plans for a new £8.2M control tower, as part of its on-going redevelopment programme. The tower will be the …

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