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The construction of London Heathrow Terminal 2 marks the next phase of development to maintain Heathrow’s standing as a world class airport with exceptional passenger experience. Terminal 2 is set to be one of the most modern airport terminals in the world, offering passengers improved service, better facilities and faster connections.

Key technical challenges

Robert Bird Group provided structural engineering design services to support the Contractor in their application of a Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DfMA) strategy on this prestigious project.

Robert Bird Group’s scope included the conversion of the 800m long basement perimeter retaining walls and 30,000m2 of suspended ground floor slab from reinforced concrete designs to precast concrete solutions. This aimed to produce a high quality structure, which could be erected efficiently, whilst minimising health and safety risks on site.

Project Metrics

Project Value:
£150 million
Year Completed:
2014
Building Metrics:
30,000 of suspended precast concrete system
Sectors:
Aviation
Infrastructure
Client:
Expanded Limited

Project Metrics

Architect:
Foster & Partners
HETco
(Ferrovial Agroman / Laing O’Rourke JV)
Robert Bird Group Services:
Structural Engineering

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