Ayesa wins major contract for Madrid-Barajas Airport
As hubs of connectivity, airports directly contribute to economic growth, job creation, and the seamless flow of goods and ideas across borders, making them indispensable components of our modern infrastructure landscape
Ayesa, in a joint venture with Architects Lamela Studio, has been awarded a 10.8 million euro contract to deliver the design of the expansion of Terminals T4 and T4S at Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport, the busiest airport in Spain with over 50.6 million passengers in 2022.
- Aena, the airport authority and Management company for Spain’s airport infrastructure, will invest approximately 1.7 billion euros in this project, aiming to expand the capacity and transform it into the flagship airport in Europe.
- Aena has appointed Ayesa and Lamela Studio to deliver the design for Terminals T4 and T4S at Spain's busiest airport. This is the second contract win for Ayesa at the airport, as they are already working on the design to remodel Terminals 1, 2, and 3, with an anticipated capital investment of 700 million.
- Following the launch of these new facilities in 2027, the airport is projected to accommodate 45 million passengers initially, with a long-term goal of rising to over 100 million commuters, and is a major driver of economic growth in the region.
15 November 2023, Ayesa, a leading global provider of technology and engineering services, has secured a 10.8 million euro contract to design the expansion of Terminals T4 and T4S at Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport, Spain's busiest airport. The airport operator will invest around 1.7 billion euros in transforming its infrastructure into Europe's premier airport and a cutting-edge logistics hub that enhances connectivity across Latin America, domestic and European markets.
Ayesa, in a joint venture with leading Madrid-Architects Lamela Studio, has won the contract which includes responsibilities for engineering services pivotal to executing construction works. The scope provides engineering services for project execution, along with the preparation of preliminary documents and construction plans. These documents form the foundation for the bidding and tendering process as well as roadmaps for other vital areas such as retail & and commercial spaces, equipment, furniture, and aircraft parking aprons.
The contract win at Madrid-Barajas airport builds on the success of the ongoing renovation project for Terminals 1, 2, and 3, for which Ayesa is responsible and is currently at the draft stage. The investment for this second project is anticipated to reach 700 million euros.
These redevelopment projects are part of a strategy to ramp up Madrid-Barajas Airport's capacity to 80 million passengers, solidifying its role as an economic driver and a vital air passenger hub for the region. Madrid-Barajas plays a vital role in the economies of Madrid and Spain as a whole, driving the regional economy and fostering business growth and tourism. According to the Ministry of Transport, the anticipated outcome of these developments is a substantial increase in Madrid-Barajas' contribution to the Community of Madrid's GDP, projected to rise from 9.3% to 12%.
Manuel Sauca, Ayesa's Director of Airports commented, "This win represents a significant achievement for Ayesa, as the company now holds authorship and responsibility for drafting the full expansion and redevelopment project for the entire airport. "
Ayesa's appointment and responsibility across the entire Airport redevelopment will ensure a clear vision, improved efficiency, and coordination for a successful redevelopment of this vital infrastructure.
Ayesa is a global provider of IT and engineering services with over 12,000 employees and offices in 23 countries. The company develops and implements digital solutions for the private and public sectors and uses the latest technology to provide cutting-edge infrastructure design and supervision services. Visit: https://www.ayesa.com/en/