SPIE wins Stansted Airport terminal transformation job

SPIE UK’s building-services division has been awarded the second phase of the terminal-transformation project at Stansted Airport. The project involves providing services infrastructure to 46 new retail outlets to be completed over three phases.

The building-services team will provide construction, mechanical, HVAC, electrical and plumbing services to the retail spaces as part of the second phase of Stansted’s £80 million redevelopment plan to transform the existing space.

The transformation has already seen the development of a state-of-the-art security area and promises a complete redesign of the international departure lounge to include an extensive variety of the UK’s favourite shops and restaurants.

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