London Gatwick Airport, Campus Development
Our relationship with Gatwick Airport stretches back over 60 years
Pascall+Watson’s first ever project was an aircraft maintenance hangar at Gatwick Airport back in 1957. The project marks an important milestone in the company’s history; we have since gone on to become one of the world’s leading aviation architects.
From that very first project, we have maintained a constant working relationship with the airport, progressively transforming and modernising its estate. We have worked extensively across both the North and South Terminals and have completed numerous ancillary and support buildings. Our projects have varied in size and complexity; from small scale feasibility studies to the realisation of major extensions and reconfigurations.
Our knowledge and experience of working in live operational environments has been pivotal to the successful delivery of schemes right across the campus, recognising that any disruption to passenger flows or aircraft movements not only has a detrimental impact on the customer experience, but also on commercial revenues.
We continue to play an active part in the airport’s ongoing £1bn investment programme, a programme to increase capacity to 45 million passengers per annum.
Client. Gatwick Airport Ltd
Location. London, UK