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    Cost model: Airport facilities


    Airports are facing unprecedented demand and growth, coupled with increased passenger expectations – meaning terminal buildings need to catch up

  • Long Street London

    Cost model: Transport-led development


    Building on top of and around transport hubs such as rail and bus stations can create much needed new homes in ideally connected locations, but the viability of such transport-oriented developments depends on complex factors

  • Kohn Pedersen Fox’s Midfield Terminal at Abu Dhabi airport will process more than 50 million passengers a year

    Cost model: Airport terminals


    UK airport operators need to make substantial investments in infrastructure to prepare for continuing long-term demand for domestic and international flights. Simon Rawlinson of Davis Langdon reports

  • Wilkinson Eyre’s multistorey car park in Paradise Street, Liverpool shows that this utilitarian building type can still produce iconic architecture

    Cost model: Car parks


    Car parks may not be the most glamorous of construction projects, but designing them is more complex than you might think. Simon Rawlinson of Davis Langdon outlines the issues that must be thought through and provides a fully comprehensive cost list

  • Features

    Cost study: Oldham bus station


    At-a-glance guide Oldham Bus Station, Greater Manchester Project: New central bus station incorporating travel shop and public toilets Client: Oldham Metropolitan Borough Council in conjunction with Greater Manchester Transport Executive Architectural features: Eye-catching bus station serves as a gateway to a town centre under regeneration Clear-glazed lightweight structure combines passenger ...

  • Features

    Cost model: Airports


    Sustained rates of growth in air traffic are resulting in a continuous demand for increased airport capacity. In this month's cost model, the Airports Specialist Group of cost consultant Davis Langdon & Everest examines the construction costs of airport facilities, along with commercial development on the airport campus

  • Features

    Car Parks - Cost model, December 1993


    Increasing car ownership and a dramatic rise in thefts and muggings in car parks, together with the recognition that car parks need not be ugly monstrosities, have all contributed to a major rethink of design standards over the past decade.