Auckland International Airport has awarded its Terminal Development Plan Fuel Diversion and Fuel Network Compliance Stage two and three contract to McConnell Dowell.
According to a McConnell Dowell statement, works consists of re-routing a new 600 metre section of existing buried steel pipeline fuel supply main, to enable construction of a new domestic jet terminal baggage handling building.
Additional works include excavation, civil repairs, mechanical repairs and replacing 1800 metres squared of concrete apron.
“Auckland International Airport manages the country’s largest and fastest growing airport, and has an ambitious 30-year expansion plan it needs to implement to service this growth,” the statement reads.
“McConnell Dowell has an extensive mechanical self-perform capability and track record, and we are excited at the opportunity to partner with Auckland International Airport to deliver a high quality and safe project for their aviation fuel infrastructure.”