Works have been completed at Anglesey Airport, North Wales.

Whitemountain were awarded the contract to refurbish one of two runways at Anglesey Airport in a joint venture with Northstone.

Works included refurbishing the runway as well as link taxiways and providing a new section airside perimeter road, new visual aids, aeronautical lighting and signage.
The station in Anglesey, Wales is primarily a fast jet training base, with pilots mostly flying Hawk aircraft.

The strength of the existing taxiways was sufficient for Hawk aircraft but not for other aircraft such as Hercules, Tornados and Typhoons.

The runway was previously resurfaced in 1995, though there have been temporary repairs to some areas. The new works should extend the life of the runway by a further 25 years.
Anglesey Airport remained as an operational station for the majority of the works, with a maximum period of four weeks when flying ceased to permit construction in some areas.