CET is pleased to announce the successful award of a major contract at the UK International airport, London Stansted.
CET was awarded the contract to conduct site investigation works as a part of the latest phase of a development and expansion project named “Echo-Cul-de-Sac”.
CET will undertake expiation works that include initial testing of the existing materials’ lime cement stabilisation in order to enable the main PQ concrete and construction works to be carried out. This also requires sampling tests to confirm moisture content and suitability of the host materials.
Testing of the stabilised materials will also be conducted in order to confirm compliance with a number of specifications.
“We are excited about this opportunity to work on another high-profile airside contract. This is a fantastic win for us” says Gary Corrigan, Managing Director for CET. “The contract is a reflection of our customers’ confidence in CET and our strong reputation for doing great work, both landside and airside.”
The contract is the latest in a long line of successful projects carried out at UK airports by CET. In recent years, the company have been commissioned to provide investigative surveys on Taxiway, Landside Road and Airside road rehabilitation schemes at Heathrow Airport in addition to ongoing Apron and Terminal Production Testing.
This initial phase of the project is expected to be completed within eleven weeks and the company are already in talks with the airport about carrying continuing the testing for Phase II.
CET has an impressive scope of UKAS accredited tests which allows our laboratories to provide customers with comprehensive reports and analysis; aiding quality assurance, compliance and control whilst providing next day test data to support cost-effective decision making.