Workers employed by Laing O'Rourke on Heathrow terminal vote in favour of a deal to increase bonus pay by 80p an hour.
The long-running civil engineering dispute on Heathrow Terminal 5 has been settled after workers voted in favour of a new pay offer.
Civils workers employed by Laing O'Rourke on the project voted in favour of a deal to increase bonus pay by 80p an hour. The original claim was for a £1 an hour bonus.
A spokesperson for BAA said: "We are obviously pleased that Laing O'Rourke and the unions have resolved the dispute."
The workers have staged a series of strikes as part of the dispute, which followed the award of £1 an hour bonuses to electricians and steelworkers on the project last year.