Keflavik Terminal Expansion
Mannvit has signed a framework agreement with Isavia for design and consulting at Keflavik Airport. The first project of the Framework Agreement is a 25-30,000 square meter expansion of the existing terminal. Mannvit is responsible for all architectural design together with its partner Corgan architects. The project is essentially for the expansion of North Building, Southward and widening of the pier between the North and South Buildings.
Mannvit will also design control and building management systems, as well as design of all fuel systems. The total investment of the project is around ISK 15 billion. Further information on the project and overview can be found on Isavia's website.
North Building, Southward Extension
North Building, Southward Extension project is an extension of the waiting area and shopping and dining area. The area will also serve as a connecting building between the East Pier and the terminal. The building’s third level will house border control functions for non-Schengen passengers passing through the East Pier.
Pier’s Northward Extension
Continued widening of the pier between the North and South Buildings is primarily designed to improve passengers’ experience and prevent bottlenecks at gates between buildings. Waiting areas at gates will also grow considerably in size through this extension, opening opportunities for retail and dining areas.
The expansion is part of Keflavik Airport’s Major Development Plan (MDP) sets out the airport’s assessed short-term development needs based on its latest passenger and aircraft movement forecasts. The MDP is informed by the airport’s 25-year Masterplan but adapted to its needs over a 7-10 year horizon.
Photos & video: ©Isavia
Mannvit is responsible for all architectural design together with its partner Corgan architects.
Mannvit will also design control and building management systems, as well as design of all fuel systems.
15 billion ISKTotal investment
Video by ISAVIA for the Keflavik Major Development Plan