Larnaka International Airport, New TerminalHermes Airports

Pascall+Watson led a multidisciplinary team acting as lead architects for the redevelopment of Larnaka Airport.

The project included the phased development of a new state-of-the-art multi-storey terminal capable of handling 7.5 million passengers per year.

Pascall+Watson’s role on this project started with extensive design reviews followed by design development and analysis. During this process we had to consider the aspirations and very specific needs of both the end user and consortium role players. We led a series of design workshops with a very large group of sub-consultants from as far a field as Canada and Australia to prepare the designs that would form the basis of negotiations with the authorities in Cyprus. Working with Stantec, a group of designers based in Canada, and with input from technical consultants we tested and validated project specific design parameters, introduced operational improvements based on our experience in Europe, co-ordinated mechanical, structural and electrical design input and proposed cost effective phasing programme over project lifecycle.

Pascall+Watson were also directed to design a retail strategy for the terminal in order to maximise passenger exposure to retail units, satisfying the needs retail tenants.

Value: €400m