The international aviation sector is a growing sector that supports economic and social growth all over the world. It connects the world and helps making it smaller. New technological development, such as online check-in and security screening equipment, all initiates new requirements to airport buildings. Today’s modern airports are in a continuous expansion and refurbishment process, which requires skill and diligence from all involved partners.

Redevelopment of Pulkovo Airport


Christopher Jones, Regional Director, Buildings, Middle East

Christopher Jones

Regional Director, Buildings, Middle East and Asia
T: +971 4 334 3616
Swati A Shah

Swati A Shah

Director, Buildings and Project Excellence, India
T: +91 22 6258 9797

Andre Soh

Buildings Director, Singapore
T: +65 6222 3780

Terminal buildings are the main “engine” of an airport. This is where everything goes in and comes out. The layout of a terminal building is the key to achieving maximum efficiency and revenue generation in an airport. Each terminal building is different but the “engine” is always doing the same. Ramboll understands the complexity of the flows and engages with our clients to gain maximum benefit.

Ramboll has a track record of more than 200 airport projects. We are working in all areas of an airport (ie. airside, terminal buildings, and landside) and in all areas of the world. We work with specialist companies to deliver the full range of services, which ensures the holistic approach that we are very proud of. 

Redevelopment of Pulkovo Airport

Ramboll was appointed lead design consultant on the complete redevelopment of Pulkovo Airport, St. Petersburg, Russia. The airport project represents one of the largest Public-Private-Partnership projects in Russia and is one of the most ambitious aviation projects currently underway in Europe. The contract catapults Ramboll into the big league of international airport consultancy.

Read more about the One billion euro redevelopment of Pulkovo Airport here.

Gatwick Airport airside/landside extension

As the second largest airport in the UK, Gatwick's annual passenger traffic is estimated to reach 40 million over the next decade. The airport's owner/operator, BAA, decided to add a rooftop extension containing a retail gallery to an existing three-storey steel frame structure in the South Terminal international departure lounge.

Read more about the Gatwick Airport extension here.

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Part of a $6.8bn expansion programme to increase capacity from 3.5 to 20 million passengers by 2011

Abu Dhabi Airport Expansion

Part of a $6.8bn expansion programme to increase capacity from 3.5 to 20 million passengers by 2011.


Design & Build contract for 9 hardstands

The Abu Dhabi International Airport (ADIA) is undergoing a major programme of expansion under the management of Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC). As part of this expansion ADAC requires 9 Code E Hardstands to be constructed to provide relief aircraft parking until opening of the new Midfield Terminal Building in 2017.

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