Turner & Townsend along with construction costs expert IGG have won the contract to jointly provide cost management for a major expansion of the main international airport in the Netherlands.
- Joint venture between Turner & Townsend and IGG to act as cost managers for new terminal and pier at one of Europe’s busiest airports
- Extensive changes also planned for surrounding road network and parking
- New terminal due to be completed by 2023 and expected to serve 14 million passengers a year
Turner and Townsend will be responsible for controlling all costs of construction work for a new terminal and pier, and associated projects, both land and airside at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.
The new terminal, scheduled for completion in 2023, will be constructed to the south of Schiphol Plaza, directly next to the air traffic control tower and will be connected to the existing terminal. It is anticipated to serve an extra 14 million passengers per year, bringing the total number that use the airport hub to more than 70 million.
The new flexible pier will be located near Cargo Station 1 and is expected to be ready for use in late 2019. The pier will accommodate multiple wide and narrow-body aircraft. Major modifications will need to be carried out on the surrounding road network and existing parking facilities will be relocated.
We have worked with major airport programmes on every continent, totalling more than 140 projects, valued at $35 billion, in 19 countries. IGG is an independent consultant specialising in cost engineering and cost control for construction and civil engineering.
Astrid Boumans-Bakker, Associate Director said: “We’re delighted to be working alongside IGG on such an important airport expansion programme that meets the long-term capacity growth for Schiphol.
“We have vast experience in delivering cost management in the aviation sector and our expertise will help identify any risks and keep each individual project within budget.”
Gerard Geurtjens, Area Project Director for The Schiphol Group, added: “IGG / Turner & Townsend was the strongest bidder and we’re reassured by the consultancy’s reputation working on some of world’s largest aviation projects.”
“Amsterdam Airport Schiphol needs additional space in order to accommodate and facilitate the growth in both the number of passengers and air transport movements.”
“With the development of a new pier and terminal, Schiphol is investing in the capacity and quality of Mainport Schiphol, as well as strengthening the airport’s international competitive position.”