Morgan Sindall signs new Gatwick Deal

Morgan Sindall Professional Services (MSPS) has won a place on the new framework agreement for the provision of design, engineering, and architectural services that will support Gatwick Airport in its ambition to become London’s airport of choice.

It is MSPS’ second consecutive, three-year framework agreement with Gatwick Airport and adds to its current frameworks with London’s two other major airports, Heathrow Airport and with Stansted Airport, as its sole consultant.

MSPS has been responsible for delivering a range of design projects within Gatwick, which have included the South Terminal’s Pier One baggage facility and the South Terminal Airside Development project.

It has also delivered the Gatwick South Terminal Central Search project, which won the Low Carbon Project of the Year and the Public Building Project of the Year in the Lighting Design Awards 2013.

George McBride, sector director for Transport at Morgan Sindall Professional Services says that the company’s successes at all three major London airports confirms MSPS as an industry leader in the design of airport environments:

“To be chosen again is testament to our expertise and experience in understanding the needs of passengers and airport stakeholders, as well as in supporting London’s airports through the challenges of ensuring that they continue to be commercially competitive both nationally and internationally,” he says.

“Now that all London airports are under separate private ownership, there is real competition and the need to provide the best passenger experience and airport environment where the delivery of safe, sustainable and efficient projects is crucial.”

Derek Hendry, Construction Director, at London Gatwick says that the framework agreement will support its foremost strategy of becoming London’s airport of choice: “Morgan Sindall Professional Service’s broad range of skills will help us to build on the significant progress that has been made in the last four years and to deliver a world class experience for passengers.”

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