This is an upcoming international airport being constructed near Jewar in Gautam Buddha Nagar District, and is planned to be India's largest airport.​

Once completed, it will be an alternative to Indira Gandhi International Airport in Delhi by relieving its high and rising traffic load. 

The proposed plan is to build a two-runway airport by 2024, and at a future date, to expand it into a 7,200 acres (2,900 ha) six-runway airport. According to the plan, the airport will handle twelve million passengers per annum (MPA) initially and up to 60–120 MPA, after its expansion over a period of 30 years. ​

In this context, Assystem's teams in India has been commissioned to design and manage the design of Phase I of Terminal 1.

Project Scope

Design responsibility and design management for phase I of terminal 1 (terminal building and forecourt with common use passenger area) for the airport include: ​

  • Design responsibilities: architectural and interior design services including specialist design services like structure, electro mechanical, acoustics, fire engineering and cost consultancy ​
  • Design management services i.e. coordinating, reviewing, and integrating the design from consultants directly appointed by the architect
  • Documentation for EPC (Engineering, Procurement and Construction​)
  • Concept design ​
  • Scheme design​
  • Over a surface of 105’000 m²

Client benefits

  • Project setup on Autodesk BIM 360 – for online collaboration and clash detections. Development of BIM models up to level of details 200+ ​
  • Remote working during lockdown; Teams from London, Oslo, New York, Delhi, Mumbai and Pune contributed to the model​
  • 90% of meetings conducted online, including quantification and clash detections (from 866 to 0)​

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