Airports are like small cities: They need to accommodate a highly complex and interdependent ecosystem of real estate and transport logistics: Infrastructure, people, businesses, technologies, and operational processes all have to work side by side, yet fully integrated. And, as with cities, airports need to cater for future demand of their users and need to be flexible despite the fact that they mostly consist of concrete, steel and asphalt which is built to last the better part of a century.
With over 20 years of experience in airport development planning and design amd.sigma, a portfolio company of Munich Airport International (MAI), provides masterplanning, feasibility studies and capacity analysis services to airports worldwide and has earned an outstanding reputation in the market as a partner and driver of strategic airport development projects. By taking into account the investor’s point of view, amd.sigma’s experts compile the most suitable solution, leading to a demand driven and profit-based airport development concept.
Clients especially value the 360° approach to airport development that includes expertise in the area of architectural planning, aerotropolis concepts, passenger terminal design, airfield design, delivery strategies, airport business planning and commercial planning for the development of greenfield and brownfield airports alike. In short, with amd.sigma airport design meets commercialization, operational excellence and financial viability. The Berlin based firm employs architects, real estate experts, business planners, urban planners and aviation managers, all specialized in the aviation industry.