Four companies land airport subcontracts
Four Bermudian companies have been awarded subcontracts for work on the airport redevelopment site, Bermuda Skyport Corporation Ltd announced today.
Bermuda Skyport is overseeing construction of the new terminal.
Contracts have been awarded for work related to flooring, painting, excavation and masonry works.
Stafford Flooring will perform carpet and vinyl flooring installation.
Mathias Pro Contractors has been awarded a contract for painting work.
D&J Construction was awarded a stucco wall treatment contract for ancillary buildings including the gatehouse, concessions building, and water feature.
Concrete tank construction for the waste water treatment plant was awarded to Correia Construction Ltd. That contract also includes installation of sidewalks and curbs.
Frank Ross, executive director, infrastructure, at Aecon, said: “We are pleased again to award more Bermudian companies with subcontracts for the airport redevelopment project.
“The important work these companies will perform marks an exciting phase in the construction of the new airport terminal.”
The redevelopment at LF Wade International Airport is expected to be completed in 2020.
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