In 2006 it was decided to establish a new centralised security check at Copenhagen Airport. This to ensure both an increasedcapacity and more flexibility and providing a reduction of the waiting time for the passengers. This centralised security check is being placed in the old arrival terminal situated between the existing security checkpoints at Terminal 2 and Terminal 3.
ISC was in 2004 engaged by Rigshospitalet (the Danish University Hospital in Copenhagen) to carry out a preliminary analysis followed by an environmental impact assessment and a detailed design for a permanent heliport to replace the provisional landing ground on the lawn in the public park, Faelledparken, adjacent to the hospital.
To ensure the possibility of transferring trauma patients without unnecessary and possibly stressful reloading to ambulances, Bornholms Hospital has had a heliport installed with a joint unit for emergencies and a control room in direct connection with the hospital. (more…)
ISC was given the assignment of designing these refurbishments concerns the security area between land- and airside, cafés on the landside, kiosks on airside, the tax-free area, the passenger passing and extension of level 3 for shops and establishment of café and restaurant areas. (more…)
The Transit Hall Project was the first in a number of significant building projects which have resulted in Copenhagen Airport being one of the most attractive airports in Europe today. The Transit Hall Project expands the existing transit area with approximately 2,100 m2 and houses a rich variety of shops, including a large restaurant with an outstanding view to the apron with departing and arriving aircraft.
Concourse D in Copenhagen Airport has been established as the first phase of the planned extension of the terminal area towards east. Concourse D is constructed in two levels to handle passengers to and from Schengen as well as Non-Schengen countries and includes six gates with lounges, check-in desks, rest rooms and service facilities etc. (more…)
The AFIS Tower built in Mestersvig Airport in Northeast Greenland in 1977, was a special challenge as it had to be built in just 3 months during the summer time to late October. The tower was designed as “builder’s element kit” which had to be transported to Mestersvig Airport by the one ship that arrived to the East coast every summer.