We were commissioned to develop a masterplan for the North Terminal at Fiumicino Airport.
The masterplan project focused on addressing Fiumicino Airport’s immediate capacity constraints as well as developing a long term strategic vision for the airport’s future development — with an ambition to increase annual passenger-handling capacity from 35 million to over 100 million in 2044.
Our recommended solution included the creation of a new terminal and associated infrastructure. Working together with GMW Mimarlik architects, we conducted a feasibility study for Aeroporti di Roma (AdR). The study included: a terminal planning exercise and assessment of the access roads, curbside, Ground Transportation Centre (GTC), rail/metro/ APM terminal interface, and apron requirements.
We also established a capex program according to the AdR regulatory framework agreement and produced a comprehensive set of tendering documents to manage the tender process, in line with EU and Italian competitive tender rules.