Engineering services provider SPIE has announced that its building services division has been awarded the second phase of the terminal transformation project at Stansted Airport in Essex, UK.
SPIE UK, a part of the SPIE Group, provides electrical and mechanical engineering and HVAC services, energy and communication systems.
Under the deal, SPIE UK will provide infrastructure services to 46 new retail outlet units, which will be built over three phases.
The building services team will offer construction, mechanical, HVAC, electrical and plumbing services under the second phase of Stansted's £80m redevelopment plan to transform the current space and offer better a retail experience to passengers.
The transformation project has already developed of a modern security area at the airport. It also aims to completely redesign the international departure lounge by adding new seating areas and a range of shops and restaurants.
Stansted Airport development and construction head Matt Allen said: "SPIE was selected to carry out this project because of the wealth of experience and high quality work the company has demonstrated in the aviation market.
"With proven in-depth knowledge, experience and expertise, plus a strong track record of delivering on time and within budget, we are sure that SPIE will strengthen the terminal transformation delivery team."
SPIE UK CEO James Thoden van Velzen said: "This is an excellent opportunity for our building services division at SPIE UK and further advances our already extensive experience in the aviation sector.
"This is a testament to the building services team's work and I'm confident that they will be successful in supporting the Stansted's development plan to ensure an exceptional customer experience for visitors."
Image: Stansted Airport. Photo: courtesy of SPIE.