Birmingham Airport, Masterplan & Campus Development
The masterplan allows Birmingham to increase capacity by 40%, maintaining its position as one of Europe’s leading regional airports
Pascall+Watson’s relationship with Birmingham began over 20 years ago with the expansion of the airport to increase capacity from 6 to 10 million passengers a year.
Developed over three phases, the scheme encompassed both refurbishment and new build elements, all designed and constructed within a live operational environment. A new international pier significantly increased aircraft handling capabilities and introduced vertical segregation between departing and arriving passengers.
More recently we have collaborated with the airport in developing a new £500m masterplan. The comprehensive study focuses around the single runway, setting out a strategic phased plan to serve 18 million passengers a year by 2033.
It proposes a major expansion and modernisation of the existing terminal facilities, additional aircraft stands and improved transport access, including links connecting the airport to the future HS2 Interchange Station.
Client. Birmingham Airport Ltd
Location. Birmingham, UK