SPIE UK has secured an M&E Framework agreement with Gatwick Airport Limited (GAL).
Under the agreement, SPIE has also been selected as Principal Contractor for the chiller replacement works at the airport, which include the replacement and upgrade of an air-cooled chiller, associated pumps and BMS controls located on the roof of Gatwick Airport’s office building, known as Jubilee House.
SPIE won the tender for the Framework agreement based on the organisation’s experience as an M&E engineering-led principal contractor in the aviation sector, having also previously delivered M&E infrastructure schemes at Gatwick whilst complying with the client’s operating standards.
This will be the first contract secured under the four-year contract which is valued at £2 million per annum.
Steven Farmer, Divisional Managing Director, at SPIE UK commented: “We are delighted to be working with Gatwick Airport Limited once more as a trusted partner and look forward to the interesting range of works we will be undertaking under the new Framework.”
Jon Arthurs, Project Manager at GAL, added: “Time and time again, we are impressed by the innovative solutions that SPIE brings to the table, and it was no different for the M&E Framework tender. Given their solid track record in the aviation sector, we are fully confident that SPIE will deliver the various works to the highest standard, on time and on budget.”