Faithful+Gould Secures Gatwick Airport Framework Win

Dale Potts
Faithful+Gould has been appointed to the Construction Professional Services Framework Panel for Gatwick Airport. The £40m four year framework covers construction work on the Gatwick Airport Capital Investment Programme.

Faithful+Gould is now able to provide project management, cost management and health and safety support to Gatwick Airport, as part of a panel of providers under the framework agreement. This latest framework win for Faithful+Gould was secured against stiff competition, including the incumbents, with the consultant scoring highly against competing bids.

Gatwick’s Capital Investment Programme is a £1.2bn project to upgrade the airport’s facilities, and includes all new capital work on terminals, the airfield, runway, and support structures. Work currently underway at the airport includes a new entrance to the South Terminal; redevelopment of terminal pier infrastructure; improvements to the departure lounges; additional security capacity; and new departure baggage systems in both terminals.

The framework win adds significantly to Faithful+Gould’s growing reputation for expertise in the aviation market. Critical to the award was Faithful+Gould’s commitment to supporting Gatwick Airport’s health and safety programme, Destination Zero, ensuring a zero accident culture is maintained throughout the new building works.

"Inclusion on the framework helps demonstrate our aviation sector expertise and commitment to providing clients with the best possible construction support."

Stephen Hateley, Operations Director - London+South East

Stephen Hateley, operations director for London/South East at Faithful+Gould, said: "Inclusion on the framework helps demonstrates our aviation sector expertise and commitment to providing clients with the best possible construction support. With such a large capital investment programme it will be extremely satisfying playing an important part in helping Gatwick Airport undergo the single biggest transformation in its history.”