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Hill International to Support Fraport Greece for the Upgrade of 14 Greek Airports

Hill International, a global leader in managing construction risk, has been selected by Fraport Greece to provide project management support and on-call technical support services under a three-year framework contract related to the upgrade, maintenance, management, and operation of 14 airports in Greece.

Fraport Greece is currently managing, operating, and developing 14 regional airports in Greece.

These airports include mainland and island gateways such as Aktion, Chania, Corfu, Kavala, Kefalonia, Kos, Lesvos, RhodesSamosSantoriniSkiathos, Thessaloniki, Zakynthos and Mykonos.

“These airports form a transit web throughout Greece… They will facilitate regional travel and create jobs for local communities,” said Manolis Sigalas, Hill International vice president and managing director for Southern Europe.

Fraport Greece

Fraport Greece is currently carrying out a capital expenditure program in excess of 415 million euros for the modernization, development, and/or expansion of these airports’ infrastructure.

Work ranges from the refurbishment of existing terminals to the construction of new landside and airside facilities with the goal of improving operational processes, safety, and travel experiences.

Macedonia Airport, Thessaloniki. Photo: GTP

For the duration of the framework contract, Hill will support Fraport Greece’s in-house divisions for the management of the infrastructure works related to the European Union Aviation Safety Agency Certification compliance program for all airports, the commercial development program, the management of works associated with the environmental compliance program, and the provision of related contractual advice, among other things.

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