REL flies high with new college project win

REL, Harlow College

REL has been selected to provide electrical services at an £11m technical skills centre, which is the first of its kind to be located at a major UK airport. Harlow College, in partnership with London Stansted Airport, is bringing forward the two-storey facility, which will be located on land made available by the airport. It will provide specialist further education tailored to fill skills gaps in engineering, business and finance and airport-related industries such as logistics and hospitality. Willmott Dixon is the main contractor for the new facility, which is scheduled to open in September 2018. Appointed by Kershaw Mechanical Services, REL will deliver all the electrical services, including power, lighting, security systems, access control, and data installation.

“We’re looking forward to working with the team to help deliver this unique project, which will build the local skills base and support the airport’s future growth,” says Toby Buckley, REL’s managing director.

REL is due to start on site in January 2018 with all electrical work scheduled for completion in August 2018

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