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Argent appointed to the Minor Works Framework for Gatwick Airport


Gatwick Airport have established a minor works framework to deliver its planned £1bn revamp. The upgrade of Gatwick is being rolled out over the next two years, in order to deliver modern facilities that support the smooth running of the busiest single runway airport in the world, the second largest airport in the UK and the tenth busiest international airport globally.

Argent have been appointed to the Minor Works Framework for Gatwick Airport following a successful tender with consortium members Ark Build and Shouksmiths.

The consortium successfully met the key attributes necessary to successfully provide the Minor Works:

  • Experience – Minimum of 10 years demonstrable experience of provision of Minor Works at comparable UK airports or similar service oriented environments with equal passenger and security focus.
  • Strength – Contractors must be of sufficient size, have relevant resources and financial status to be classed as capable to reliably deliver Minor Works.
  • Competency and Capability – Contractors must possess the necessary resources and relevant skills to complement the minimum experience requirement of 10 years history of successful delivery of Minor Works.
  • Commitment – Contractors must be able to demonstrate both an ability for and a history of commitment to supporting clients’ ethos and aspirations.

“We are delighted to have been selected for this important contract. Our expert team worked hard to develop a strong tender and we will shortly be opening our Gatwick office to ensure we deliver excellent levels of service.” Danny McGinley, Managing Director, Argent FM.

Published on: November 18, 2011

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