All 3 runways at Brussels Airport were renovated in 2015, 2016 and 2020 on time and within budget with minimal operational impact. The renovation of these critical assets ensured they could be operated safely in the future. Obviously, each renovation had a significant impact on the airport’s operations so a close collaboration with the impacted stakeholders was crucial for the final delivery of the project.
2 aprons at Brussels Airport were renovated between 2018 and 2021 on time and within budget with minimal operational impact. Both aprons are used in daily operations, so the phasing of the works was established in close collaboration with the operational stakeholders. Apron 9 specifically is used for the cargo airlines which resulted in specific requirements of both the final solution and the mitigating measures during the works.
As part of the asset management lifecycle at Brussels Airport, there are yearly taxiway renovation projects happening. These renovations ensured future operations could continue to happen in a safely manner. Detailed assessment of each taxiway section and its operational importance was crucial in determining the approach of the renovation.