• John Mason - Capital infrastructure and maintenance works at airports are particularly challenging because they have to be undertaken within a safety and operationally critical environment, which is usually heavily regulated and constrained. This campus development environment has particular attributes and drivers which influence how they are developed.
The development works are also normally in the public eye, and the consequences of non-performance can have huge impacts on the multitude of stakeholders who use the airport.
• James Bennett - The proximity of airport-related projects to each other and the high-level of interface created as a result, means that the access and space required to undertake construction are usually at a premium.
This, combined with the critical safety and security issues, as well as the multitude of trades that need to be
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This could mean adopting a common logistics strategy, it could mean having common project controls, reporting or BIM platform across all projects, or it could mean having an overarching delivery culture when it comes to supply chain engagement, risk allocation or safety management.
• John - Clarity around the outcomes being sought is, of course, vital. A well-designed
The owner’s approach to matters such as delivery culture, safety and risk are also important, as
In this regard, owners
• James - Every
An important tool in the successful delivery of an airport