This year, we were drafted in to assist with renovations on two aircraft stands by Heathrow Airport’s Terminal 3. From wire cutting to floor sawing, here’s how we got the job done when time, space and procedure was tight.
Here at Castle & Pryor, we’re starting the new year with a new addition to our team. As familiar faces at some of the UK’s busiest international airports, we’re pleased to announce that we’re now proud members of the British Aviation Group.
London City Airport was constructed on a dry dock in 1986. Today, LCY’s apron structure supports a taxiway between the airport stands and the runway. Find out how we got on surveying the concrete chamber.