Airport progresses despite rain delaying work

| 14/01/2016 | 1 Comment
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Steel-framed structure under construction at Owen Roberts Airport

(CNS): Workers have begun erecting the 29,000 square foot steel framed building at Owen Roberts International Airport, the first phase in the expansion plan, which is on schedule despite the weather. Heavy rains in December caused a few delays to the groundwork but the project is on track, according to officials. The Cayman Islands Airport Authority the contractor, Arch and Godfrey, has worked hard to minimise the impact of the construction work on the airport operations.

Phase one includes the construction of a new baggage handling and screening area, along with offices and a second floor mechanical room. The overall expansion project is expected to be completed in 2018.

Officials are currently going through the tendering process for the main part of the project, which is schedule to start following the completion of the new baggage hall.

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Construction workers at Owen Roberts Airport


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  1. Anonymous says:

    How long does it take to construct a car park ticket payment machine that WORKS.

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