Mace and Arcadis have won the project management contract for a new terminal and pier at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport.
The firms will manage the delivery of the two projects in collaboration with Royal HaskoningDHV and Aecom DVP.
The 100,000 sq m terminal includes a departures and arrivals hall as well as commercial and operational baggage handling facilities. It will be able to handle 14 million passengers each year.
The new three-storey pier will comprise 50,000 sq m of space on various levels and include five wide-body gates on both the north and south side, as well as six gates for narrow body aircraft.
The pier is expected to be operational by 2019, while the terminal is set to open by 2023.
Mace is working with Heathrow on the delivery of its third runway as one of four programme client partners on separate advisory packages, worth an initial £5m.
Mace chief operating officer for consultancy Jason Millett said: “The expansion of capacity at Schiphol is one of the largest and most high-profile aviation projects in the world, so we’re thrilled that they have chosen to appoint ourselves and Arcadis to deliver the next stage of their growth.”