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Edinburgh Airport East Expansion Project

Edinburgh Airport has invested £25m in a significant expansion of the airport's terminal building, providing passengers with more space and a new 6000m² state of the art security area.  The new East Expansion project will include a brand new airline business centre and retail spaces with the airport's first walk through store.  This new £25m terminal expansion is the first major project in an ambitious £150m investment plan to take place over the next five years.

Hulley & Kirkwood are providing M&E design to the Edinburgh Airport Framework. As part of this Framework, we have provided services on numerous projects, ranging from feasibility studies, ticket desk alterations to multi million pound terminal expansion projects. 

On the East Expansion Project we worked through Stage 1 (Shell & Core), Stage 2 (Search Area Fit Out), Stage 3 (New World Duty Free Retail Area) and Stage 4 (Departures Area Retail Reconfiguration). 
 
This included phased M&E engineering solutions working within a live airport environment, energy, thermal and daylighting simulation modelling, and close liaison with user groups and the Airport Asset Team to deliver cost effective and efficient solutions. 
 
We also liaised with our fellow design team members to ensure all services design interface issues were resolved, and design disciplines were co-ordinated for roof plant enclosures, pre-packaged plantrooms, services risers, and high level ductwork routing co-ordinated with structural beams.