Firm to help design expansion of Riyadh Airport in Saudi Arabia
A team including architect HOK has been awarded the contract to design a US$800m expansion of Riyadh Airport in Saudi Arabia.
The team will design the expansion of the existing terminals 3 and 4, increasing the airports capacity to up to 25 million passengers a year.
Richard Gammon, senior vice president at HOK, said the win demonstrated the practice’s successful history in airport design.
He added: “The expansion of terminals 3 and 4 will be vital in allowing the airport to meet increasing demand and support the country’s growing economy.”
The team also includes engineers Buro Happold and Royal HaskoningDHV; Netherlands Airport Consultant (NACO) and its sister firm SADECO and local architect TKC.