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Morgan Sindall scoops £7m airport deal

Morgan Sindall has been awarded a £7 million contract to build a new air traffic control tower for Manchester Airport.

The contractor will build a stand-alone 60 m tower housing a visual control room; an approach radar section; and navigation, surveillance and communication equipment.

It will offer 360-degree panoramic views across the airfield, replacing the cameras currently used to view the furthest end of the runway. 

Dave Smith, regional managing director for Morgan Sindall, said: “Securing the contract for the new ATC tower is testament to the expertise we’ve developed in the UK aviation sector and our ability to consistently deliver on time and to budget.”  

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