a stated vision to become the UK's gateway to the world and Europe's hub of
choice by making every journey better and this vision is supported by a number
of strategic intents.
provision of modern, safe and effective infrastructure can contribute towards
the successful delivery of some of these strategies.
As a result
of the Malaysian Airlines upgrade to A380 aircraft in summer of 2012, a high
risk existed that the A380 aircraft would not be accommodated without
disruption to pier-served stand planning and operation.
currently no remote Code F stands available which puts at risk T4's low
coaching rebate and Service Quality Rebate (SQR) score.
objectives of this project included scope of works to upgrade three stands
452,453 and 454 as fully serviced code E/F remote parking stands and the fourth
stand 451 as Code D/E with the update stands capacity for multi-choice aircraft
usage and passenger loading by bus is achieved.
cut concrete apron & block paving in advance of bay replacement.
drilling vertically down into existing concrete apron slab in advance of bay
replacement by using Trailer Rig.
core 250mm dia x 500mm deep holes into existing concrete apron slab in advance
of Bollard Installation.
core 187mm dia holes thru' wall of existing electrical pits in advance of
duct installation using bolt down rig.
core 102mm dia holes through side wall of existing BT Chamber.
cut joints in PQ concrete apron in advance of sealing (existing joint to be
tests for 6nr M30 studs for loading of 100KN.
knowledge gained from previous projects with regards to benchmarking of rates,
programming, resource utilisation and delivery of good practice.
equipment and operations approved by British Airport Authority and Department
adherence to airport security and safety procedure.