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NEWS TRANSPORT Take off for first phase of Manchester Airport


Manchester Airport has celebrated the completion of the first major phase of its £1bn transformation programme designed by Pascall and Watson and Laing O’Rourke, with Arcadis engaged to support MAG (Manchester Airports Group) as project and programme managers. Construction of the 216 m long structure


commenced on site in July 2017, with the build completed in late January 2019. The facility was then trialled before transitioning into operation on 1 April. The Pier, which provides 11 jetty-served


“contact” stands has more than 1400 seats in a fully glazed upper departures level offering panoramic views of the airfield. A separate, segregated arrivals level provides passengers with a travelator- assisted walking route to the main terminal arrivals facilities. The new pier will be used by all airlines


currently operating out of Terminal 2, and was constructed from 14,000 steel pieces, 47,184 bolts and painted with 2,600 litres of paint. In preparation for the pier, the apron was extended by 49,000 m2


to accommodate


new aircraft parking stands, along with the construction of a new taxiway and associated infrastructure and services. The opening marks the next phase of the


airport’s multi-phase transformation programme, that will see Terminal 2 become the focal point of its operations. More than 1,800 people are currently working on the project, which recently welcomed its 100th apprentice as work gathers pace. Over the coming weeks more and more flights will gradually move over to the new pier as it becomes fully operational. Andrew Cowan, CEO of Manchester


Airport, said, “This is a significant milestone for Manchester Airport as we deliver the first phase of the biggest investment we have made in our 80 year history. Over the coming years we will transform the airport for all of our customers, giving the north the world class airport it deserves. The investment we are making and the range of destinations we connect to, in all corners of the world, underlines the vital role Manchester Airport plays in creating jobs and driving growth across the north of England.”


ADF MAY 2019 WWW.ARCHITECTSDATAFILE.CO.UK The next phase of the £1bn


transformation is the extension to the existing Terminal 2. Work is well underway and will see the terminal more than double in size. The extension will open in Summer 2020 with around 40 new food and beverage outlets and shops, followed by a further 30+ when the existing building is fully refurbished.


The £1bn investment in Manchester


Airport will provide major improvements to the customer experience with new security halls and the latest technological advancements. Once the Terminal 2 extension opens in summer 2020 the existing building will close for refurbishment, with its reopening targeted for 2022. Further piers will open in 2022 and 2024.


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