WML/Woods Bagot has designed the masterplan and £200m first phase of the massive expansion of Thessaloniki Airport in northern Greece.
The scheme is the first time the firm, which was formed last week as a result of a management buyout at WML and the acquisition by Australian practice Woods Bagot, has pooled its expertise. Detailed design work to create an international airport carrying 15 million passengers a year is set to start in June. The first phase is set for completion in four to five years.