Mace lands QS role in South African airport refurbishment

UK firm Mace’s joint venture cost consultancy in South Africa has been appointed quantity surveyors for three airport projects worth more than $70m by Airports Company South Africa (ACSA).

MMQSMace will work on Johannesburg’s O. R. Tambo International, Africa’s largest airport for regional and intercontinental flights, and Cape Town International, the second-busiest airport in South Africa and the third-busiest in Africa.

ACSA owns most of South Africa’s major airports, and aviation facilities in other countries including in Sao Paolo and Mumbai.

ACSA appointed MMQSMace to a three year quantity surveying framework earlier in 2018, and the joint venture has now been awarded these three separate projects.

They see MMQSMace help deliver airport improvements including refurbishment of part of the airside corridor and construction of five new passenger seating nodes at O. R. Tambo.

Image: O. R. Tambo International Airport, Africa’s largest for regional and intercontinental flights (Mace)

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