Design services companies provide expertise in planning, designing and implementing airport infrastructure and facilities. They work closely with airports to understand their needs and requirements and then develop customised design solutions that meet those needs. These solutions may include designing terminal buildings, runways, taxiways, parking areas, baggage handling systems and other essential airport infrastructure. Design services companies use advanced technology and innovative design techniques to create efficient, sustainable and visually appealing airport facilities. They also ensure that the designs comply with regulatory requirements and safety standards. By partnering with a design services company, airports can benefit from their expertise and create world-class airport facilities that meet the needs of airlines, passengers, and other stakeholders.
Phoenix City Council has approved plans to construct a cross-field taxiway at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX).
Entrusted to design the expansion and future-proofing of the airport taxiway at Schiphol, NACO drew up plans to deliver a 60-meter-wide taxiway.
The Jasper County Airport Authority (JCAA) has signed Woolpert to a Master Services Agreement for the Rensselaer, Ind., airport.
VINCI Airports celebrated completion of the upgrade which included renovation of the taxiways and two runways, and new runway lighting.
BDI was selected by Austin Bridge and Road to design and supply an End Around Taxiway Visual Screen at DFW in July of 2019.
Egis will be managing consultants for design review, construction management and supervision of the new airside infrastructure project.
The project, which will upgrade an area where multiple runways intersect, is being completed nearly two years ahead of schedule.
BDI offers the airport industry a full selection of jet blast deflectors, from light-duty for taxi operations to heavy-duty models for engine run-ups.