BA/GA – Gatwick Airport Commercial Aviation Maintenance Hangar Development – Surrey - Project Profile
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The Boeing Company (BA) and Gatwick Airport Ltd (GAL) are planning to build a commercial aviation maintenance hangar at Horley, Surrey, the UK.
The project involves the construction of a commercial aviation maintenance hangar. It includes the construction of an aircraft apron, a connection to taxiway, an external parts storage area, a fire suppression plant, an administrative facility and the installation of lighting, safety and security systems.
D5 Architects has been appointed as the architect, Mott MacDonald Group as consulting engineer and Vantage Planning Ltd as the planner for the project.
On February 8, 2017, BA and GAL submitted a planning application to the Crawley Borough Council (CBC).
As of June 2017, BA and GAL are waiting for the planning approvals from the CBC.
Construction is expected to commence by the end of 2017 and will be completed by the end of 2018.
Planning Authority: Crawley Borough Council
Architect: D5 Architects
Consulting Engineer: Mott MacDonald Group
Planner: Vantage Planning Ltd
The project involves the construction of a commercial aviation maintenance hangar at Horley, Surrey, the UK.
The US$110 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of an aircraft apron
2. Construction of a connection to taxiway
3. Construction of an external parts storage area
4. Construction of a fire suppression plant
5. Construction of an administrative facility
6. Installation of lighting, safety and security systems
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