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Defining Project Deliverables

Solutions for Airports

Airports are taking the lead in defining project deliverables –BIM is at the center of these conversations.

Featured Resources

  • Denver Airport

    Tackling 5 Key Infrastructure Challenges

    The future is unpredictable, but one thing seems certain: Passenger travel is expected to expand to 8.2 billion air travelers annually by 2037.

    Image courtesy of Gensler and DEN

  • Istanbul Airport

    4 Futuristic Airport Designs

    Design teams behind the expansion of four of the largest international airports explain how they’re using technology to inform their airport design decisions.

    image courtesy of iGA

  • Trillions in Global-Infrastructure Investment

    The Global Infrastructure Outlook report forecasts a need for $94 trillion in infrastructure investment in the next 20 years alone.

Customer Stories

Oslo Airport

Nordic — Office of Architecture

Oslo Airport Expansion

Autodesk software helped design the new wing of Oslo’s international airport. The effort resulted in a world-class airport.

Oslo Airport

HNTB

Denver’s Airport Expansion

HNTB, along with project partners, used Autodesk technologies to drive a BIM process from early planning through design & now into construction.

Image courtesy of Gensler and DEN

Nuevo Aeropuerto Internacional de la Ciudad de Mexico

Foster + Partners and FR-EE

Mexico City International Airport

Foster + Partners and FR-EE set out to design the first net-zero airport and achieve LEED accolades.

Image courtesy of Foster + Partners

Software solutions