Ramboll selected as design partner for Pier G development at Stockholm Arlanda Airport

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Danish engineering firm Ramboll has been chosen as design partner for the development of Pier G at Stockholm Arlanda Airport, Sweden, with a focus on developing sustainable solutions.

The new pier will be connected to Terminal 5 (T5) at Stockholm Arlanda and will help it to handle an increasing number of travelers as well as modern aircraft such as the A380.

Niklas Sörensen, CEO of Ramboll Sweden, said, “Working on a project that will impact so many people is both a challenge and a great opportunity. As we are already involved in the redesign of T5, we have a thorough understanding of the specific requirements. We look forward to continuing our long-term cooperation with Swedavia.”

The new facility will cover approximately 80,000m² (860,000ft²) and will be designed to meet the highest standards for energy efficiency. Ramboll will design all technical solutions and coordinate the environmental classification in accordance with the BREEAM assessment method.

Matthew Pierpoint, global aviation director at Ramboll Group, said, “We are excited to continue working on the expansion of Arlanda and to use our international building expertise to help Swedavia develop airports with sustainability in mind.”

When the new pier is completed, Arlanda Airport will be able to handle large and modern long-distance planes more efficiently than today, with increased passenger comfort and safety.

Interested in airport development and expansion? Check out the ‘Airport Design, Planning & Development stream at the Passenger Terminal Conference, which takes place during Passenger Terminal Expo, on March 26, 27 and 28, 2019, in London.

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