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Ports of Jersey

Demolition and removal of an Aircraft Hangar at Jersey Airport, Channel Islands

Publication Platform
Cabinet Office

Publication Date
08 January 2024

Deadline
10:00am, 01 February 2024

Tender ID
POJ001-DN705764-81010600

2024-01-08T13:52:53Z

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2024-07-17T09:35:36+01:00

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Description
An existing hangar at Jersey airport has outlived its original purpose as an aircraft hangar and has started to deteriorate in an unsafe manner. The recent adviser weather conditions have seen parts of the cladding being blown off and potentially causing injury or obstruction to airport operations. The cladding, in places, consists of asbestos containing material and therefore needs to be carefully removed in a controlled manner as a matter of public safety. The steel framed structure will be required to be dismantled with the metal work being recycled where possible for reuse, and the concrete floor slab foundations will be required to remain in place.

Award

Ports of Jersey

Demolition and removal of an Aircraft Hangar at Jersey Airport, Channel Islands

Publication Platform
Cabinet Office

Publication Date
17 July 2024

Deadline
10:00am, 01 February 2024

Tender ID
POJ001-DN705764-81010600

2024-01-08T13:52:53Z

bb040c81-b907-4be6-bec2-8c0dafbf5948-712049

tender

2024-07-17T09:35:36+01:00

06913ec3-a9dc-413d-96f1-d57652ac7619-767864

award

Winners
Rok Limited

Description
An existing hangar at Jersey airport has outlived its original purpose as an aircraft hangar and has started to deteriorate in an unsafe manner. The recent adviser weather conditions have seen parts of the cladding being blown off and potentially causing injury or obstruction to airport operations.

The cladding, in places, consists of asbestos containing material and therefore needs to be carefully removed in a controlled manner as a matter of public safety.

The steel framed structure will be required to be dismantled with the metal work being recycled where possible for reuse, and the concrete floor slab foundations will be required to remain in place.