Laing O’Rourke has won a £77 million deal to construct a multi-storey car park and covered court for Heathrow Airport’s Terminal 2 project.
Work is due to start on the project in May 2011, with the terminal due to open to passengers in 2014.
The scheme will see construction of a 1,340-space car park with associated roads and ramps, and a covered court.
BAA capital director Steven Morgan said: “Laing O’Rourke has been awarded this contract following a competitive bid which demonstrated they fully understood BAA’s intelligent client approach and could deliver the car park and associated infrastructure safely, innovatively and to the highest standards of quality.
“To date they have successfully worked as one half of the HETCo joint venture responsible for delivering the main terminal building. We look forward to continuing this relationship on the multi-storey car park.”