McConnell Dowell awarded Fuel Network Compliance Stage 4 (FNCS4) and East Airfield Building Relocations (EABR) in Auckland

We are excited to announce that McConnell Dowell have been awarded two new projects with Auckland International Airport Limited (AIAL). AIAL manages the country’s largest and fastest growing airport.

The two projects are Fuel Network Compliance Stage 4 (FNCS4) and East Airfield Building Relocations.

McConnell Dowell’s success in securing these projects is largely due to our delivery of the AIAL Fuel Network Compliance Stages 2 and 3. Our commitment to excellent workmanship, coupled with productive relationships and robust health and safety systems resulted in high-quality projects that were delivered with minimal disruption for the client.

FNCS4 is the final stage in a managed maintenance programme to ensure ongoing integrity and supply of fuel to its customers.

The EABR project will be executed as an internal joint venture with our sister company Built Environs, where GM Greg Ford accredits our win “AIAL recognised our expertise in the building space from the Puhinui Station project”.

EABR involves the construction of five new buildings which are currently airside to a new landside location to allow for the future extension and development of the airport. These buildings include a transitional waste facility, an effluent waste facility, an office, a new shed and constructing a new Check Point Charlie security access between landside and airside. In addition to the buildings, the project involves a significant amount of new underground services and new pavements both AC and concrete.

Experience of working in the airside environment with consideration of all the technical and operational constraints is critical to the airport. McConnell Dowell’s demonstration of resolute solutions that provide programme and cost surety to Auckland International Airport Limited is paramount for the safe delivery of these important projects.