UK-based MC Construction has landed a place on Manchester Airport’s building services framework ahead of its US$1.5bn transformation program. The appointment is for an initial three years and covers airside and landside building works for up to £3m (US$4m), as well as fit-outs to retail, office and commercial properties.
MC Construction has prior framework partnership experience with large organizations including the Royal Mail, the University of Manchester, Salford City Council and Cheshire East Council. Operations director Michelle Richardson (above) will lead the MC Construction team responsible for the airport framework.
Richardson said, “We are proud and delighted to be appointed to the Manchester Airport framework. The airport is the global gateway to the north of England, serving 27 million passengers a year flying to 210 destinations, and is an exciting new client for the company.
“The work we will be carrying out at the airport will benefit the entire region by helping to create improved facilities for passengers, staff and companies based there. We are also committed to using local labor and suppliers for our projects.
“We are looking forward immensely to commencing projects as part of the framework. The appointment is also a significant boost to MC Construction as we aim to achieve our turnover target of £20m (US$26m) by 2018.”