New Sub Contracts Awarded For Airport Project

March 13, 2019 | 21 Comments

Six Bermudian companies have been awarded sub-contracts in the new airport terminal building including tiling, glassworks, painting and masonry works, Skyport announced today.

Tiling and Terrazzo work for the floors of the new terminal has been awarded to Eminence Contractors Ltd.

Aecon’s sub-contractor for the curtain wall, N R Windows has awarded sections of the installation to AlumiGlas Commercial Glass and Aluminium Co Ltd

Aecon’s sub-contractor for the structural steel, Benson Steel and Correia Construction, have awarded site painting of structural steel to International Painting Contractors.

Sealink Construction and Rise and Shine Construction, have been awarded sections of the masonry work in the main terminal building.

Mathias Pro Contractors was awarded the painting work in the baggage handling area.

Frank Ross, Aecon’s Executive Director, Infrastructure, said: “As we get closer to the completion of the new passenger terminal building, our goal of hiring as many Bermudian companies as possible remains the same. We are pleased to continually award Bermudian companies with sub-contracts to work alongside our overseas experts.”

The redevelopment at L.F. Wade International Airport is expected to be completed in 2020.

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  1. dondererd says:

    Let’s hear from all those people who are against the airport …. 3..2..1

    • Pondering says:

      This is short term. It’s the next 30 years we’re concerned about…..

      • Double S says:

        How do you feel about the hospital wing project and our 30mn a year for 30 year obligation?

        • aceboy says:

          This question ALWAYS goes unanswered.

          • Double S says:

            For understandable reasons as the posters would have to reveal their rank hypocrisy once again.

      • JohnnyB says:

        Bermuda is receiving $10 Million a year from the airport, calm down

        • Yh says:

          Huh?

          • ChrisDay says:

            $300mil airport/30airportYears = $10mil/year I’m guessing. Plus we get the value of the airport after 30 years which will probably still be valued high if managed properly.

        • Y-Gurl says:

          Who told you that lie?

          • Richard A says:

            He’s talking about not paying for the airport. It cost $300Million and they have it for 30 years and we get it back after that. Simple math…$10 million per year

    • Nice to hear, but most of the workers are not Bermudian.
      Looking forward to not getting wet from terminal to plane and vice versa, but for $30Million a year for 30 years of loss revenue, I guess its worth it.

      • Toodle-oo says:

        And what alternate ideas do you have for a broke and seriously in debt Bermuda to pay for it ?
        And we’re still waiting for your take on the same (but worse) deal for the hospital wing.

      • question says:

        “Most of the workers are not Bermudian”.
        False.

        • Reality says:

          Yes majority of them will be foreign tilers and masons.

          • question says:

            False

            • Reality says:

              Well Ive been on work sites with two of the companies and the masons and tilers were guest workers. You must be talking about the guy who drives the truck.

      • ChrisDay says:

        You just made up that $30 mil revenue figure lol.

        Now do some research and tell me what the gross and net income is of the current airport is.

  2. Pondering says:

    Just wondering, why is that great big bill board allowed by the old bus stop at the entrance? I thought we didn’t do signs like that

  3. Fooled me twice says:

    You mean more Bermuda companies. Where robain and jahmal now.probably still trying to understand the airport contract,

  4. Joe says:

    Damn Bermudians always bitching about something!
    Shut up and be happy The Canadians came in to bail out a failing tourist destination – which will bring more people to your island. Never Happy, Miserable people

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