AQ Construction as part of the Toilet Refurbishment Projects were instructed to develop the existing beehive toilets to investigate the potential increase in capacity. Rotating the orientation of the existing toilets, developing the entrance enabled a small increase in capacity.
AQ Construction as part of the Toilet Refurbishment Projects were instructed to develop the existing arrivals toilets buy encroaching into Terminal office space, rotating the orientation of the existing toilets therefore increasing the capacity by double.
AQ Construction secured this unusual project located at the Front of North Terminal Gatwick Airport. Gatwick required a light weight mezzanine to be created for a new concessionaire ‘Nicolas Culpeper’ however, this slowly evolved into a far more complex project with concessionaire changes in design inclusive of services and infrastructure requirements.
AQ’s design brief was to develop a fresh, spacious and unique room for the staff to relax in. AQ worked closely with the Gatwick delivery team and design to come up with new products and proposals which were received positively.
Gatwick had a redundant retail space due to a previous concessionaire relocating, our scope was to revaluate the mechanical FCU’s relocate them to suit WHS layout, line all walls and joint, install new containment throughout to facilitate both life safety, sprinkler systems, lighting and new ductwork.
]Project AQ picked up the concept designs early in October 2014 and used their understanding of the Heathrow standards and terminal 2 permit process to create the office space within 10 days off approvals.
AQ worked closely with Gatwick design guardians and architects to ensure the old ID Centre space was transformed
AQ senior management where involved in the design build, refurbishment and project management of the prestigious projects for the then acting PC
AQ senior management where involved in the design build, refurbishment and project management of the prestigious projects.