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Monday, 18 December 2017 12:39

Runway Apron Awarded in American Samoa

McConnell Dowell has been awarded a new contract at Pago Pago Airport in American Samoa.

The American Samoa Government, Department of Ports Authority (DPA) and Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) have contracted us to install new aviation fuel pipe lines, stormwater lines and outfall, and to rehabilitate the existing Apron surface.

“This further extends our long standing relationship with DPA,” says Operations Manager Stuart Pilat. “We are excited to be involved in delivering this critical piece of Infrastructure for the people of American Samoa.”

McConnell Dowell has a long-standing local presence in American Samoa and is well-respected for its good quality work which has been delivered over 29 years on a wide range of coastal, marine and infrastructure projects including seawalls, harbour upgrades, roads and road bridges, and airport runway surfacing.

McConnell Dowell’s locally-based team in American Samoa will start work on the 12 month job in the first quarter of 2018.

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