Airport planners work with clients to solve today’s demands and to anticipate future needs. They develop creative planning and operational solutions that balance traffic growth, evolving airline strategy and commercial demands with changing regulatory policy and competing land use and environmental requirements.
They provide the professional skills needed to deliver the strategic, development, business and operational requirements for new airport facilities, as well as optimising the capacity and value of existing assets.
They employ a highly analytical approach to problem definition and solution development, based on an in-depth understanding of airport and airline operations and an appreciation of airports as commercial businesses and public assets.
They deliver pragmatic solutions, directed to achieving projects that are affordable, buildable, and operationally efficient and which minimise impact on the environment.