According to a statement published on Dublin Airport's website, Dublin Airport operator DAA has selected Sisk/Lagan Joint Venture (JV) to undertake a Dublin Airport Airside and Landside civil engineering framework that is worth more than €325 million.
The Airside and Landside Lot 1 framework is part of DAA's Capital Investment Programme 2020+ for Dublin Airport (CIP 2020+), which is designed to deliver continued growth over the medium term in line with Irish government policy, according to the statement published on Dublin Airport's website, which also said that this framework is comprised of several of civil engineering and infrastructure projects to upgrade the pavement, drainage and electrical systems at Dublin Airport's boarding gate piers, aircraft stands, terminals, aprons, taxiways and the general airfield campus, in line with DAA's CIP 2020+.
Essential Projects Progressing
Additionally, the statement published on Dublin Airport's website said that essential projects such as Dublin Airport's new north runway and an upgrade of the airport's hold baggage screening systems have been progressing, and there will also be a requirement for significant ongoing works across the Dublin Airport campus.
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