Work begins on Bristol Airport’s US$12.4m multi-story parking lot

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Work has commenced on Bristol Airport’s £9.5m (US$12.4m) parking lot development, creating the hub’s first multi-story parking lot and more than 1,000 spaces.

Goldbeck Construction has been appointed to build the multi-story car park, which will be a steel modular construction and feature enhanced car parking bay technology, helping drivers to easily locate unoccupied spaces. The development also includes improved internal road design, landscaping and signage to assist passengers parking.

Andrew Goodenough, development director at Bristol Airport, said, “These developments demonstrate our continued commitment to enhance passenger facilities at Bristol Airport. The multi-story car park will meet the demand for high quality, secure car parking close to the terminal.”

Construction of the multi-storey car park follows recent improvements elsewhere across the site throughout 2017, including a £2.5m (US$3.2m) customer reception center in the Silver Zone parking lot and a £2.3m (US$3m) upgrade to the immigration hall in the terminal.

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