Scott Brownrigg will be attending the Passenger Terminal Expo 2018 (PTE) conference in Sweden on the 20 - 22 March and will be exhibiting on stand 130.
Scott Brownrigg’s approach
The Scott Brownrigg aviation teams approach to terminal design recognises the complexity, both functionally and technically associated with this type of scheme, and that they can only succeed if the needs and expectations of the operators, airlines and passengers are all reconciled in a manner that is attractive, efficient and adaptable. Airport projects in particular demand that design team members adopt a positive attitude to teamwork and to working with evolving strategies. These must take into account a broad range of issues including physical, social and commercial aspects and must be informed by thorough research and an understanding of established and emerging demands.
Recognised as one of the leaders in aviation design and delivery, Scott Brownrigg has a long, extensive history of airport projects across the globe and winning several awards. As the most highly regarded airport conference in the world, PTE provides a significant opportunity for airports and airlines to debate current issues and form business relationships on a global scale. Scott Brownrigg’s aviation team shall join the 7,000+ people from at least 100 countries attending including senior airport, airline, aviation authority, government and related international business executives. A collection of airport schemes by Scott Brownrigg include: Heathrow, Gatwick - UK, JF Kennedy- US, Medina Airport - Saudi Arabia, Vnukovo Airport – Moscow and Chek Lap Kok Airport - Hong Kong.
Meet the team
Director Maurice Rosario heads up Scott Brownrigg’s Aviation team and specialises in the airport sector. Maurice has been responsible for several complex airport projects across the world, from inception to completion and was the Project Lead for Istanbul’s New Airport which in 2016 won the Future Projects Infrastructure Award at the World Architecture Festival (WAF).
Scott Brownrigg is the lead designer for Istanbul New Airport which, when complete, will be the largest single terminal in the world with an initial capacity of 90 million passengers per year. Phase 1 includes the terminal, interior design, wayfinding, three runways and substantial aviation related development. Further phases envisage additional runways, terminals and satellite piers and will increase the airport capacity to 180 million passengers.
Johann van Rensburg
Project Director Johann van Rensburg specialises in the design and delivery of aviation and transportation projects. He has worked on numerous overseas projects including award-winning schemes, Istanbul New Airport and Terminal 5 at the King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia and worked extensively on Gatwick and Heathrow Airport schemes.
Airport Planner Hani Muthir specialises in the design and delivery of international aviation and transportation projects and is a key member of the specialist airport planning team. Hani has extensive experience in airport planning, project lead and project delivery, from initial concept design to master-planning, detailing and site construction. Hani was design team leader in the London office to deliver the award-winning Istanbul New Airport for the passenger terminal 1 building for phase 1 and was involved in concept design, roof soffit design and the interior design concept.
Associate /Airport Planner Nuno Patricio has specialised experience in Airport Projects, Terminal planning and Masterplanning including airfields. He is committed to providing and creating greater flexibility, and developing strategic solutions obtaining the most efficient use of new and existing airport infrastructures. Nuno has worked on major large scale schemes including the masterplan completion for Long Thanh International Airport, Vietnam and the award-winning Istanbul New Airport, Turkey.
Associate /Airport Planner Tuan Vu Tuan is a key member of the specialist airport planning team at Scott Brownrigg and specialises in the design and delivery of international aviation and transportation projects. Tuan has extensive experience in airport planning, project lead and project delivery, from initial concept design to master-planning, SAS baggage handling systems, detailing and site construction. In 2015, Tuan was relocated to Istanbul Turkey to deliver the award-winning Istanbul New Airport as Design Manager and lead terminal planner for the passenger terminal 1 building for phase 1.
Click here to view more of Scott Brownrigg’s transportation projects, and below the video of Istanbul New Aiport.