The Christchurch-based company provided structural steel design, fabrication and erection services for a £7m hangar at the airport.
It involved the construction of a 54,000 sq ft building – large enough for two A320 aircraft – with 15,500 sq ft of workshop space for Norwich Airport Ltd.
REIDsteel brought its value engineering expertise to rationalise the scheme’s structural steel design which led to savings in both time and money.
It represented repeat business for REIDsteel at Norwich Airport as the latest in a long line of projects stretching back more than 30 years.
Main contractor MJS Projects – based in Norfolk and Cambridgeshire – was instructed by airport owner Norwich Airport Ltd, which is part of the Rigby Group plc.
MJS Projects Director David Henry said:
“When we were tendering for our recent Norwich Airport project we were introduced to Reid Steel as a specialist in this field.
“The Reid steel pre-construction team were very attentive and […]