The works comprise a feasibility study including interface with key stakeholders, land purchase, relocation of equipment and construction preparation works, airside improvement works including a new fire fighting station and fuel farm, as well as extension of the terminal including air bridges, new administration, catering and cargo buildings.
For the two workstreams, Ramboll will be providing a comprehensive range of services across the project cycle to support customer decision making and ensure that the project objectives are met.
“This is a great achievement which has only been possible due to our long term focus on aviation. Over the last decade, a concerted effort has been made to build up references around the world to create further visibility of Ramboll’s competencies in the global aviation market. And looking ahead, this latest appointment will be a catalyst for further up-front service development by attracting the attention of aviation stakeholders worldwide,” said Kurt Bech, Head of Aviation for Ramboll Denmark.
Søren Brøndum, Director of Transport for Ramboll Denmark, added, “Over the last year, we have worked hard to secure this contract. The project is also fully in line with our strategy of delivering holistic multidisciplinary and high value services.”