Arcadis and CallisonRTKL provide a complete range of advisory, masterplan, design, engineering, program, project and construction management services to the aviation industry. The companies have a dedicated team of more than 500 aviation professionals with expertise in all aspects of airport infrastructure, technology and passenger experience. Service areas encompass environmental, landside access, terminal, airport technology, aerodrome, logistics, aircraft support facilities and aerotropolis. Arcadis is the parent company of CallisonRTKL and together we have a global network of 27,000 professional staff able to deliver expertise to any airport or airline at any location.
Arcadis is an engineering, design, and consulting firm with particular focus on business advisory, environmental, master planning, engineering, program, project and construction management services. Airport projects currently being delivered include: geotechnical design and quality management for Istanbul Airport’s six-runway system; PFAS environmental remediation at Sydney and Brisbane for Qantas; program management of Manchester Airport’s Transformation Program; technical advisor to the UK’s CAA on the third Heathrow runway; PM and CM services to Newark Liberty and JFK Airports; project and construction management service for the new terminal and pier at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol; project and cost management services for Hong Kong Airport’s third runway system; cost management services at Changi Airport’s 3rd runway; and project management services for Munich airport.
CallisonRTKL is a global architectural practice with focus in airport city master planning and terminal planning and design. It designs in five key airport disciplines to achieve the ideal passenger experience – architectural design and planning; interior design, branding, signage and wayfinding; and sustainable design. CallisonRTKL has work with United airlines, and Hong Kong, Incheon, and Los Angeles international airports. They recently secured planning and design services for a new 1.5 million SF terminal at Guadalajara.