SG – Amsterdam Schiphol Airport Expansion – North Holland - Project Profile
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Schiphol Group (SG) is undertaking the Schiphol Airport Expansion project in North Holland, the Netherlands.
The project involves the expansion of existing Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam. The new terminal, new pier, and its associated facilities will increase the annual capacity of the airport by 14 million passengers per annum.
The new pier comprises three-storey 50,000m2 of space building and the new 100,000m2 terminal will house a departure and arrival hall and baggage handling facilities for an anticipated 14 million passengers every year.
The pier will include five wide-body gates on both its north and south side, with the south side also able to be used by six narrow body aircraft.
It will include the construction of a new A-pier, terminal, new roads, parking facility, expansion of the baggage system, demolition of the cargo building and freight station, the installation of elevators and modern security systems and also expand and renovate internal roads and parking garages.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has been appointed as the lead consultant for the project.
In September 2013, the European Investment Bank (EIB) has agreed to provide a US$270 million loan for the project.
On March 15, 2016, Schiphol Group shareholders (the Dutch State, the Municipality of Amsterdam, the Municipality of Rotterdam and Aéroports de Paris) announced the approval of plans.
In April 2016, SG announced tenders for the design of the project.
In June 2016, a Joint venture of Turner & Townsend and IGG was appointed as cost management consultant. The companies will jointly manage all construction costs to set-up a new terminal and pier, and other associated projects, both land and airside at the airport.
In December 2016, SG appointed an integrated design team to undertake the design of the A-pier and associated airside facilities, the team includes Aecom, Architectenbureau cepezed b.v., DGMR Arnhem, IMd Raadgevend Ingenieurs and Copijn.
The new pier provides Schiphol with eight new gates: five for narrow-body aircraft on the north side and three for wide-body planes on the south side, which can also be used for six narrow-bodies. Later, two extra gates for wide-bodies will be realized on the south side.
The project is expected to secure US$368 million funding European Investment Bank, out of which US$184 million have been allocated and the agreement was signed on March 2, 2017.
In July 2017, SG awarded project management and construction management contract for new pier and terminal to JV Mace and Arcadis.
The two firms in JV will manage the delivery of the new pier, while the delivery management of the airport’s new terminal will be led by Mace with Arcadis working as a sub-consultant.
Construction of new pier will be completed in the fourth quarter of 2019 and the new terminal will be operational in 2023.
The project involves expansion of the existing Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam, North Holland, the Netherlands.
The US$538 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a new A-pier
2. Construction of new terminal
3. Construction of new roads
4. Construction of a parking facility
5. Expansion of the baggage system
6. Demolition of the cargo building and freight station
7. Installation of elevators
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