EME Aero aircraft manufacturing service facility Poland
Key Statistics
Client
EME Aero
PM Group Office
Poland
Cost
€150m
Size
40,512 sqm

EME Aero is a joint venture between leading aircraft companies, Lufthansa Technik and MTU Aero Engines. EME Aero aims to become the world's most advanced MRO provider for the latest generation of geared, turbofan engines. The company acquired a site in Aviation Valley, Jasionka, Poland, to develop a maintenance, repair, operations (MRO) service facility for the aerospace industry.

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Con Murphy
Con Murphy

Advanced Manufacturing Sector Director

Solution highlights

PM Group in Poland was awarded with engineering, procurement, construction management (EPCM) services for the latest MTU Aero Engines and Lufthansa Technik JV development project - the greenfield maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) of geared turbofan engines facility.

The footprint area is approximately 40, 512 sq.m. on a 17 ha plot. The project includes the design of MRO workshop, admin-social building with canteen, test cell with fuel off-loading station including tanks, two technical buildings along (CUB and fire water tanks and pump house) with site arrangements such as solid waste store, maintenance equipment store, parking, roads, loading areas and guardhouse.

The challenge

PM Group designers were challenged to develop the design on a basis of two clients' guidelines. Additionally, the management and design team had to cooperate with 15 different sub-project on the JV side and another one – “Fabrikplanner” (Factory Planner) who was coordinating the process equipment. Our teams met this challenge and successfully delivered the detailed design for this state-of-the-art facility.

 

State-of-the-art

MRO facility is designed to be a world-class aircraft engine service centre for the most modern aircraft engines for Pratt & Whitney, the PW1000G-series GTF engines. The plant was designed using Autodesk's Revit software in a 3D environment with LOD350. This enabled better coordination of installation, construction and equipment. Our client had the opportunity to become acquainted with the visualisation of a fully equipped facility at the design stage before the investment was completed. The advantages to the project and to the ongoing operation of the facility were significant.

Con Murphy

Advanced Manufacturing Sector Director