The Challenge

In the economy of a country, airports represent an extremely important strategy factor.
Airport operators must continually face new challenges, such as respect of the increasingly stricter laws on the environment and safety. Even the technological development of aircrafts and more demanding standards on airport operations make the adaptation and enlargement of infrastructures continually necessary.

No matter whether it is the construction of a new system or maintenance, each intervention, above all if ‘airside’, must be scrupulously suitable for the specific functional and operative situation. The main principle for a correct design in such complex sectors is the use of the most sophisticated programme management techniques. Guaranteeing that flight operations are carried out in total safety together with work progress is a top priority. At the same time, it is fundamental to guarantee the correct balance between economic construction management and extremely high quality and quantity standards, clearly in respect of all current regulations.

Managing the complexities from general planning to the detailed design is one of Spiekermann’s main specialisations.


‘Airside’ infrastructure:

Airport master planning

Runways, taxiways and aprons

Technical equipment, navigation system and lighting

Gates and loading bridges

De-icing areas

Underground supply systems

Platform water drainage systems

‘Landside’ infrastructure:

Passenger terminals

Technical and commercial hangars

Electric power stations and aeronaval yards

Road, motorway and railway connections

People-mover systems

Fast tracks and stopping areas


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