Planning and Design Services for the London Luton Airport Expansion
Luton Airport Concessionaires aim to carried out the extension of the airport and this required analysis of the different development scenarios. IDOM was appointed to develop several options for the extension project, including capacity analysis to cater for increase in demand from 18 to 24 mppa, together with associated cost analysis. Also, IDOM has developed a Masterplan to achieve increased capacity from 18 million annual passengers to 19 million annual passengers that will serve as a framework to guide the short-term development of the airport.
IDOM’s design scope includes the enabling works/demolition, development of options (RIBA Stage 2) and Scheme Design Development (RIBA Stage 3), for the Airfield and the Terminal Building, including Architectural, Structural and Building services elements of the project to allow for the appointment of a D&B contractor to complete the design and construction works. IDOM provided a full multi-disciplinary design team including Civil, Aeronautical, Electrical, Architecture, Structure and Building Services. This works include the extension of the existing Passenger Terminal Building (PTB) and the construction of a new Pier, 2 Rapid Exit Taxiways, two new Aprons with four Code C aircraft contact stands and five Code C aircraft remote stands, the surface access design and a multistorey carpark.