A&B Engineering works on Airbus project

A&B, contractor

A&B Engineering is near to completing a £3.6 million M&E package for Airbus at Broughton near Chester. The 18-week programme involves working in a 15 m-high factory space working over constructed wing pits.

Services being provided include helium and lab gases, compressed air, VRF air conditioning, ventilation, hot and cold water, public health, sanitary fittings, internal gas, air curtains, LV distribution, general power, access control, security and fire, data transmission, emergency lighting, and the supply and delivery of specialist wing pit hoists and lifts.

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