AHR IS APPOINTED BY MANCHESTER AIRPORT GROUP (MAG) TO DELIVER ARCHITECTURAL AND BUILDING CONSULTANCY SERVICES, NOT ONLY COVERING MANCHESTER AIRPORT BUT ALSO EAST MIDLANDS, BOURNEMOUTH AND STANSTED AIRPORTS.
AHR HOLDS A 3 YEAR FRAMEWORK AGREEMENT SECURED AS A RENEWAL FROM MID APRIL 2015, WITH THE OPTION TO EXTEND FOR 1 YEAR PLUS A FURTHER 1 YEAR. AHR HAS BEEN SUCCESSFULLY SELECTED FOR THE MAG FRAMEWORK FOUR TIMES IN SUCCESSION SINCE 2002.
The appointment is for ‘Lot 5 Architectural Services’ which has an anticipated yearly spend of £1M and is to include, but is not limited to, the provision of Architecture and Building Surveying services.
AHR provides a broad range of services ranging from Architectural services including acting as Lead Consultant for multi-disciplinary design teams, dilapidations advice, condition surveys, and party wall advice, through to reactive and planned maintenance, health & safety / Principal Designer services, strategic accommodation advice, Employer’s Agent services and Geomatics surveys.
We have worked on projects including Terminal refurbishments, extensions and out-bound security control improvements, a new build Concorde Hangar & Visitor Centre, re-roofing projects, office refurbishments and reconfigurations, fit-out and refurbishment, repair and maintenance, office reconfigurations, reroofing and airport departmental relocations.
AHR’s safety-first approach within a ‘live’ 24 hour environment with limited available ‘down time’ has seen AHR develop an excellent working relationship with the MAG team. AHR has developed best practice knowledge in stakeholder engagement with numerous stakeholders including Security, Customs & Excise, Retail teams, Property teams, Airlines and Air-side support teams.
AHR is able to service MAG from strategically located offices including in Manchester, London, Birmingham and Bristol. These offices are used as bases for a national pool of resource and expertise which our regional service leaders can tap into to ensure successful delivery.
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