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Consortium awarded place on $3bn Midfield Terminal

Pascall+Watson, RS&H and Buro Happold drawing up key frameworks

NEWS, Projects, Midfield terminal, Pascall+Watson, RS&H and Buro Happold

The consortium of Pascall+Watson, RS&H and Buro Happold has been awarded a place on the Architectural and Engineering Framework for Abu Dhabi Airports and has been selected for Task Order Number 1, the design for the $3bn Midfield Terminal Complex landside support facilities.

The consortium was selected to support the Abu Dhabi Airports’ vision for world-class facilities to meet and exceed the growing demand of passengers.

It  has mastered a template for collaborative framework agreements over a number of decades and has identified key solutions to meet challenging operational and development demands that will play an instrumental role in the Abu Dhabi Airports framework.

Alan Lamond, aviation director at Pascall+Watson said “I am delighted that Pascall+Watson, RS&H and Buro Happold are working together in the UAE. Our unique blend of international experience and local expertise offers our airport clients a fully comprehensive architectural and engineering design service.”

Zoe Metcalfe aviation director for Buro Happold said: “The consortium’s success was down to our collaborative working methods, aligned cultural values and passion for pioneering architecture and engineering. We look forward to nurturing our relationship and delivering value to our client at Abu Dhabi Airports”.

“We are thrilled to be working with Pascall+Watson and Buro Happold in the UAE” said Steve Pelham, RS&H’s vice president of global aviation, “This team brings world class expertise and the depth of experience necessary to fully support the ongoing infrastructure investments of the Abu Dhabi Airports”.


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