Miller Construction has secured two building refurbishment contracts worth £37m from aircraft manufacturer Airbus at Aerospace Park in Filton, Bristol, UK.
The contracts include a £10m project to refurbish and alter Pegasus House and the partial demolition and refurbishment of Old Filton House, as well as the construction of a 25,000m² office building, totalling £27m.
Miller Construction chief executive Chris Webster said, "We have been working closely with Airbus and their consultants over the past six months and are looking forward to progressing together to deliver the new office building and fully refurbished Pegasus House."
Pegasus House is a five-storey office building and Old Filton House is a three-storey country house.
Miller’s works also include structural alterations, new M&E installation and an upgrade of the current thermal installation, which is expected to be completed in the summer of 2013.
Work on the four-storey office building is due to start in August 2012.
The naturally ventilated office building will incorporate four atria and a roof level plant room.
Upon its completion in autumn 2013, the building will offer office accommodation for 2,500 staff with changing facilities for up to 600 cyclists, an energy centre, and 900 car parking spaces.
Miller will also deliver a new access route to the campus off the main A38 by constructing a new controlled junction.
The completed building will be thermally efficient, with low air permeability and will consume less energy as a result.
Image: Miller will refurbish Pegasus House as well as Old Filton House and will construct a 25,000m² office building. Photo: Miller Construction.