21 MARCH 2016

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Article from BTNews 21 MARCH 2016

Heathrow actions expansion

While it still awaits the Government green light Heathrow Airport Ltd has taken the significant step of appointing Arup, CH2M, MACE and Turner & Townsend to work alongside the airport’s own team in developing the hub’s terminal and runway expansion.  The companies have been selected after a competitive tender.

Arup is a British multinational professional firm headquartered in London, which provides engineering, design, planning, project management and consulting services for all aspects of the construction environment. 

CH2M is an Oregon, US engineering and construction company better known in the UK as Halcrow, currently completing the Bond Street interchange for Crossrail. 

MACE is also a British company much involved in the Olympic Park and its current redevelopment, as well as BA’s Waterside headquarters, The London Wheel and The Shard.

Turner & Townsend is a UK consultancy whose other present commissions include the Hong Kong third runway project.  www.heathrow.com

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