|Country / Region||UK|
Plans for expanding Heathrow Airport have been in talks for many years, recently the House of Commons have voted in favour of Heathrow’s third runway, expanding capacity at the UK’s busiest airport. Heathrow aim to be able to handle 740,000 flights per year, ensuring the airport can compete with other European cities such as Paris and Amsterdam.
Heathrow and their contractors have been using CEMAR’s maintenance management software to its full potential, ranging from early stage design contracts for the new runway, through to project delivery and a configured RICS ICC contract for ground investigation contracts.
"The system is user friendly, flexible and easy to use. CEMAR has enhanced the process of Change Control on all our BAA Contracts."
- Commercial Manager, Airports, Morgan Sindall PLC
Implementation of CEMAR across Heathrow Airport’s Capital and Maintenance contracts is proving to be a great success, with on-going use since 2011 which has supported several portfolios, including Terminal Restoration and Modernisation and Products and Capacity Optimisation.
"I think CEMAR will prove to be one of the most important changes we make in managing the client’s projects. For management/recording purposes it ticks all the boxes."
- Contracts Manager, Mott MacDonald
Heathrow Airport Ltd owns and runs London’s Heathrow Airport, one of the busiest and most popular airports in the UK. The airport currently compromises of four terminals and two runways, with plans for expansion underway.