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Airport lift-off

A CONSORTIUM featuring Bovis Project Management and Ove Arup has landed the first contract to be awarded for the £3.8 billion Chubu International Airport, at Nagoya, Japan.

The group, known as the Japan Anglo American Consortium, also includes US outfit Louis Berger and local firms Newjec and Japan Airport Consultants.

The project must be complete by 2005 for the Expo due to be held that year in Nagoya.