Luton Airport on the lookout for terminal extension architect
[Requests to tender to be received 22 March] Luton Airport near London is seeking architectural services for a terminal extension
Nicknamed ‘Project Curium’, the programme will almost double the airport’s passenger capacity from 9.5 million passengers in 2011 to 18 million per annum.
According to a statement released by Luton Borough Council the works aim to ‘enhance access to the airport, improve the passenger experience, increase capacity and produce the best possible value for partners and airport users as well as generating an anticipated 4,750 additional jobs.’
The project is expected to be completed in three phases, completing in 2028. Last year, Weston Williamson joined the race to solve the London’s aviation bottleneck with a proposal to transform Luton Airport into a four-runway hub.
Documents should be accessed before 22 February
Requests to tender to be received 22 March