Most airports have been successively developed and expanded during many decades, based on the growing demand for airport capacity. Hence, most airports currently consist of many different infrastructure elements, with very different sustainability footprints.
For airports to be successful in the future, they need to have a resilient sustainability strategy in place for both existing and future infrastructure and processes. Ramboll has the capabilities to help airports optimize current and future infrastructure and processes to meet tomorrow’s sustainability demands, while still ensuring that financial profitability of the airport assets is optimized.
Whether engaging in a small-scale design project or embarking on a full-scale airport strategy, Ramboll focuses on integrating sustainability principles and driving resilient outcomes for all stakeholders. Our approach is about creating a shared vision, taking action, driving performance and demonstrating results.
Copenhagen Airport, Pier E New Contact Stands
Copenhagen Airport has been expanding to cater for anticipated growth in the coming years. The expansion programme included a new Finger E building and airside development of Apron E.