Working with Scotland’s Edinburgh Airport for over 20 years, NORR developed strong and productive relationships with the airport’s project delivery team and key stakeholders. A number of completed projects have improved operational efficiency and enhanced passenger experience. In 1999, a new 45-desk check-in hall was followed by a new landside food court and airside departure lounge extension.
NORR completed the southeast pier extension in 2006, and in 2010, we designed a departure lounge extension with seven boarding gate areas. This included the reconfiguration of the existing terminal’s first floor by adding a 12-lane security hall and new retail and catering space. This project was constructed over the existing baggage hall and adjacent service road, which required innovative design and strategic phasing so the airport could remain operational throughout construction. After a change of airport ownership in 2012, NORR continued working with the facility to design another large, two-story extension to the terminal building that included a security search hall on the first floor and retail, ticket desk and office facilities at ground level. Our most recent terminal expansion project consisted of ground level domestic and international reclaim halls, first floor departure lounge with retail units and gate areas, and on the second floor, two luxury lounges and office accommodation. Our continued work with Edinburgh Airport demonstrates the value of our experience in developing effective design strategies that support the continued growth and operational success at this airport.
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