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Heathrow marks groundbreaking on Kilo Dwall work

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Ferrovial Agroman has started work on the diaphragm wall for the next stage of Heathrow’s development of Terminal 2B.

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The new substructure below the Kilo taxiway will create space for future development and expansion of Terminal 2B

Heathrow marked the milestone in its Kilo Apron Development scheme to develop a new underground space for future baggage handling facilities with an official groundbreaking ceremony earlier this week.

During the event Heathrow CEO John Holland Kaye and Ferrovial managing director Ignacio Clopes officially dug the first spade of ground on the £74M Kilo Substructure scheme, which involves construction of more than 500m linear length of diaphragm wall and excavation of over 350,000m3 of earth.

 

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