• Location: Kastrup, Denmark
  • Building Year: 2017
  • Client: Copenhagen Airports A/S
  • Partners: Holm & Grut A/S, Per Aarsleff/brdr. Hedegaard

From 25 to 40 million passengers

The CSC Phase II project is a central element in CPH's growth plan, expanding CPH, which must ensure capacity increases from the current 25 million passengers to 40 million passengers annually.

The CSC Phase II project includes remodeling and expanding CPH's landside facilities, including expansion of the central security control, which is expanded from 20 security tracks to 24 tracks. Correspondingly, existing commercial facilities on the ground floor are being expanded, incl. the associated technical basement and staff facilities on the 3rd floor.

The project includes a total of approx. 10,000m2 new construction and conversions. ISC is the overall consultant on the project, with Holm&Grut Arkitekter and Spangenberg&Madsen as sub-consultants.

Services provided by ISC

  • Overall consultant for the overall project CSC Phase II
  • Project management for the overall project CSC Phase II
  • Engineering adviser on all engineering disciplines in connection with the preparation of a retail project for execution
  • Project follow-up and supervisory work
  • Working environment coordinator (P+B)
  • Construction management for major contractors and main contractors

Additional Information

The engineering work has, among other things, covered all constructions, sewers, plumbing and electrical installations, cooling systems, ventilation systems, indoor air conditioning, sprinkler systems, fire ventilation and fire alarm systems, CTS systems, and various security systems. The building is designed with a particular focus on establishing blast protection, including blast protection of structures and facades.

The building's thermal indoor climate and design requirements are determined via BSim calculations.