Balfour Beatty secure deal to build transport system at LAX

Balfour Beatty secure deal to build transport system at LAX

Infrastructure group Balfour Beatty has clinched a $1.95bn contract through a joint venture that will design, build, finance, operate and maintain a 2.25-mile above-ground airport transport system at Los Angeles International Airport.

Members of the LAX Integrated Express Solutions (LINXS) joint venture include Balfour Beatty, Fluor Corporation, Flatiron West and Dragados USA.

The project marks Balfour Beatty Investment's "first major public-private partnership in the US civil infrastructure market", the company said in a market announcement.

Balfour Beatty Group chief executive Leo Quinn said: "This award at LAX, one of the world's busiest airports, recognises our expertise and track record for delivering critical transportation infrastructure."

More in this Section

Tory Party chairman James Cleverly: Jamie Oliver’s restaurant collapse not about BrexitTory Party chairman James Cleverly: Jamie Oliver’s restaurant collapse not about Brexit

Cork-based delivery franchise seeks to tap online parcels surge     Cork-based delivery franchise seeks to tap online parcels surge

Elizabeth Warren is set to change US policies for business, even if she fails to secure tilt at presidencyElizabeth Warren is set to change US policies for business, even if she fails to secure tilt at presidency

Irish Whiskey wants to turn Brexit on its headIrish Whiskey wants to turn Brexit on its head


Lifestyle

Frits Potgieter is General Manager with Muckross Park Hotel and Spa.You've Been Served: Frits Potgieter, Muckross Park Hotel and Spa

More From The Irish Examiner