Central Security Airport Extension

The Central Security Airport Extension is a major expansion of Amsterdam Airport Schiphol that facilitates the new security system for the airport. A growing number of passengers and an increase in flights created the need for a new infrastructure.

The new Central Security, where passenger flows are separated according to origin and destination, makes screening a much faster and more comfortable process for travellers. Departure halls 2 and 3 and piers E, F and G were expanded and restructured, all while the day-to-day business of the second largest airport in the world had to go on.

Major Extension to the no. 2 Hub Airport in the World
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, The Netherlands

Amsterdam Airport Schiphol

50.000 m²

Benthem Crouwel NACO, Den Haag

Structural Engineering:
ABT, Velp

HVAC engineering:
Deerns, Rijswijk

Lighing design:
Bartenbach, Aldrans

Glass printing consulting:
Rob Borgmann, Ghent


Jannes Linders, Rotterdam

Joint design lead and jointly responsible partner: M. Wassmann, project Benthem Crouwel NACO

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