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  • BRISBANE AIRPORT

  • BRISBANE AIRPORT

    A premier gateway airport and major multimodal transport hub entering the most exciting phase in its history

    Operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week, BNE has two major terminals servicing 26 airlines flying to 67 destinations. It is a suburb in its own right, the largest airport in Australia by land size (2,700 hectares), the second-busiest capital city airport in Australia by aircraft movements (219,904 FY14) and the third-largest airport in Australia by passenger numbers with more than 22 million passengers travelling through the airport in 2014.The vision for BNE is not just to simply serve its purpose as a gateway to Australia, its to be the preferred choice for passengers, airlines, business and the community.

    AIRPORT MANAGEMENTSince 1997, the airport has been owned and managed by Brisbane Airport Corporation Pty Limited (BAC). Its focus has always been on community, sustainability, education, knowledge and economic growth, adopting world-leading technologies, systems and practices.BAC is a proud, non-listed, private Queensland company with shareholders including QIC, IFM Colonial, MTAA Super, other financial institutions and Amsterdam Airport Schiphol.

    A look at the numbers behind Brisbane Airport (BNE) shows how vital the airport is to the Australian economy.

  • Leonie Vandeven, Media and Corporate Communications Manager of BAC, explains this further: This shareholder composition means that approximately 80 per cent of BACs shareholders are ultimately Australian mums and dads with their savings invested in superannuation and other funds, she says.In that time, over $1.5 billion has been pumped into infrastructure improvement, with a further $3.8 billion planned for the next decade. This work will include improving and

    adding to the airport precinct and erecting a $1.3 billion new parallel runway system. With passenger numbers also forecast to more than double by 2034, it is no surprise that Vandeven believes BNE is on the cusp of the most exciting phase in its history.Already, 420 businesses are located at BNE, servicing a diverse range of industries offering freight and aircraft handling, warehousing, transport and communications, manufacturing, research, property and infrastructure development,

  • education and training, recreation, tourism, leisure and retail.Collectively these businesses employ around 21,000 people, a number expected to exceed 50,000 by 2029.BAC has a relatively small workforce of around 500 people, which more than doubles to 1,200 when taking into account the work of contractor staff in the facility.

    INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENTWork is already underway on the $45 million redevelopment of the

    departures and arrivals areas at the International Terminal with a specific focus on capturing the character of Brisbane and Queensland, with a specific focus on the states unique outdoor lifestyle. BNE has used local materials where possible to support Queensland or Australian suppliers.This includes Arkhefield Architects, which has contributed to the project immensely. Local artists Sally Gabori and Sebastian Moody have been commissioned to provide spectacular artworks while the redesign will enable more space for seating, relaxation areas and specialty retail stores, as well as the construction of the new JR/Duty Free walk-through store which opened September 2014.Alongside this, the largest aviation infrastructure development of its type in Australia is also being undertaken at BNE as the New Parallel Runway (NPR) takes shape. Located two km west of the existing main runway, the NPR will be 3.3 km long, 60 metres wide and have more than 12 km of taxiways, navigational aids, airfield infrastructure and hundreds of hectares of airfield landscaping.Vandeven continues: Scheduled for completion in 2020, the NPR will deliver regional economic benefit of around $5 billion a year by 2035 with an estimated 2,700 jobs created during peak construction. It will also enable BNE to maximise the number of flights that can arrive and depart over Moreton Bay, reducing noise exposure, particularly at night.

  • DESIGNING + DELIVERING THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT

    Arkhefield is an architecture and interior design practice based in Brisbane with a focus on delivering projects across regional and metropolitan Queensland.

    Over 20+ years, our practice has grown organically through a collaborative and integrated approach to designing and delivering the built environment. We work collectively with our clients and contractors to share the opportunity and responsibility in creating quality design and delivering successful outcomes with every project.

    Our practice is people-based and client-focused. Were driven by fresh ideas and a clearly defined process. We cultivate collaboration and innovation through a positive and inclusive work culturea mutual journey of discovery combined with an integrated process of delivery. We provide clarity and certainty for our clients and contractors from brief through construction to occupation.

    Weve always focused on the bigger picture and the broader objectivefor our clients and their projects. Our aim has always been to create places and spaces that are unique and make a positive contribution to the fabric of society.

    Our work is respected across multiple sectorsfrom commercial and workplace, to cultural and residential. We have been widely recognised and published for our contribution to architecture and interior design.

    P. 07 3831 8150W. ARKHEFIELD.COM.AU

    ARCHITECTURE +INTERIOR DESIGN

    BRISBANE AIRPORT INTERNATIONAL TERMINAL RETAIL UPGRADE

    Arkhefield are proud to be associated with Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) and to contribute to the airports built environment. We are pleased to have been involved in numerous projects for BAC; from building a vision with the Property Master Plan delivered jointly with ARM Architecture, redefining the retail experience with the International Terminal Upgrade in collaboration with Richards & Spence, the refurbishment of the International Terminal Airline Lounges and most recently the Domestic Terminal Retail Upgrade.

    Building on our experience in commercial, retail and transit projects, our involvement in the international retail upgrade involves a substantial redevelopment of the arrival and departure areas of the terminal to ultimately create a world class user experience. Seamless passenger processing is essential to the success of our projects, passenger experience and terminal operations. Our carefully staged design and delivery methodology ensures all essential operations; security, customs, immigration and quarantine activities, continue to operate unhindered throughout construction.

    We are delighted to be part of an exciting team at BAC, working to establish a unique sense of Brisbane within all the elements of our projects development, while pursuing the vision of a world class environment for travellers.

    Brisbane Airport Masterplan developed in conjunction with ARM Architecture

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    BRISBANE AIRPORT MASTERPLAN

  • DESIGNING + DELIVERING THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT

    Arkhefield is an architecture and interior design practice based in Brisbane with a focus on delivering projects across regional and metropolitan Queensland.

    Over 20+ years, our practice has grown organically through a collaborative and integrated approach to designing and delivering the built environment. We work collectively with our clients and contractors to share the opportunity and responsibility in creating quality design and delivering successful outcomes with every project.

    Our practice is people-based and client-focused. Were driven by fresh ideas and a clearly defined process. We cultivate collaboration and innovation through a positive and inclusive work culturea mutual journey of discovery combined with an integrated process of delivery. We provide clarity and certainty for our clients and contractors from brief through construction to occupation.

    Weve always focused on the bigger picture and the broader objectivefor our clients and their projects. Our aim has always been to create places and spaces that are unique and make a positive contribution to the fabric of society.

    Our work is respected across multiple sectorsfrom commercial and workplace, to cultural and residential. We have been widely recognised and published for our contribution to architecture and interior design.

    P. 07 3831 8150W. ARKHEFIELD.COM.AU

    ARCHITECTURE +INTERIOR DESIGN

    BRISBANE AIRPORT INTERNATIONAL TERMINAL RETAIL UPGRADE

    Arkhefield are proud to be associated with Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) and to contribute to the airports built environment. We are pleased to have been involved in numerous projects for BAC; from building a vision with the Property Master Plan delivered jointly with ARM Architecture, redefining the retail experience with the International Terminal Upgrade in collaboration with Richards & Spence, the refurbishment of the International Terminal Airline Lounges and most recently the Domestic Terminal Retail Upgrade.

    Building on our experience in commercial, retail and transit projects, our involvement in the international retail upgrade involves a substantial redevelopment of the arrival and departure areas of the terminal to ultimately create a world class user experience. Seamless passenger processing is essential to the success of our projects, passenger experience and terminal operations. Our carefully staged design and delivery methodology ensures all essential operations; security, customs, immigration and quarantine activities, continue to operate unhindered throughout co

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