Bristol Airport to Refurbish Air Traffic Control Tower

Bristol Airport (BRS) has commenced work on a six-month refurbishment project for its Air Traffic Control Tower.

This project represents an investment of 3.5 million GBP to enhance the 20-year-old facility.

Bristol Airport's Air Traffic Control Tower
Bristol Airport’s Air Traffic Control Tower

Over the next six months, the ATC Tower will undergo extensive renovations to improve its overall aesthetics and functionality while meeting the latest building standards and regulations.

Specifically, the project will involve a lift replacement, a new external facing, enhanced insulation, new doors and windows, improved rest facilities for employees, and roof works.

The updated facility will also incorporate more sustainable elements such as energy-efficient lighting, heating and cooling systems.

This initiative is part of Bristol Airport’s multi-million-pound transformational development plan that will enable 12 million passengers a year to use the airport.

Andrew Goodenough, Infrastructure Director, Bristol Airport, said:

“This £3.5m refurbishment project represents a significant milestone in our efforts to modernise our air traffic control infrastructure and continues to ensure the highest levels of safety and efficiency. We have worked closely with the Air Traffic Control team, and business contract partners to bring these state-of-the-art plans to life. It will be a complex project working with the various teams to ensure the day-to-day operation is disrupted as little as possible, whilst the much needed refurbishment takes place.”

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