SPi has been involved in executing many major infrastructure projects around the world. The following is an interesting selection of some of our infrastructure projects;

Kai Tak Airport, Hong Kong

One of my first projects was runway upgrades,  and a replacement Jet refuelling facility to Kai Tak International airport in Hong Kong. Before its closure in 1998, Kai Tak (the first recorded flight from the site took place in 1925) was regarded as one of the most difficult airports in the world for pilots to fly into and out of. My company executed several major upgrades and rebuilds over many years.

Jomo Kenyatta International Airport – Nairobi, Kenya

Our first international project, was to Kenya. In 1972, the World Bank approved funds for further expansion of the airport, including a new terminal building, the airport’s first dedicated cargo terminal, new taxiways, police and fire stations, and the building of the main access road to the airport. The total cost of the project was over US$29 million (US$111.8 million in 2014 dollars).

On 14 March 1978, construction of the current terminal building was completed on the other side of the airport’s single runway and opened by President Kenyatta. The airport was again renamed, this time in honor of President Kenyatta after his death on 22 August 1978.

Crushing & Screening Plant, Venev, Russia

Quarry re-equipped by Stapletonprice with pre-owned, guaranteed, low cost equipment.

Crushing and screening facility, specifically designed for road construction aggregate. After 12 months design and manufacture in the UK and Germany, the facility was constructed over 12 month period. Again, as per SPi projects – under budget and on schedule.THE HAZEMAG HD – Series Primary Impact Crusher was the heart if the facility and was ideally suited to crush run of quarry,

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