Design and consultancy firm Arcadis has been appointed by Aruba Airport Authority to deliver contract management and technical supervision services for the terminal expansion of Aruba’s Queen Beatrix International Airport (Aruba Airport).
Aruba Airport’s Gateway 2030 project encompasses a redevelopment and expansion project at the airport. Aruba Airport is currently one of the busiest airports in the Caribbean region, with 29 different airlines contributing in processing over 2.5 million passengers per year.
Arcadis will provide contract management and technical supervision for the development of a new pier and passenger gates. After completion of the works, Aruba Airport will be one of the largest airports in the region.
Arcadis is responsible for the contract management and technical supervision of all demolition works, and the expansion and complete revamp of the existing check-in hall. The company’s scope of work includes a new immigrations and security hall plus a new retail and F&B plaza.
Arcadis will also supervise work on a new baggage hall including a pier extension with three contact gates, and external roads including paving.
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