Berlin:
Berlin-Brandenburg International Airport General planning airside – Ground Investigation

Disciplines

  • Buildings & Architecture
  • Airports
  • Transportation

Companies

München (Hauptsitz/Headquarters)

Construction Sum

approx. 1.7 billion €

Client

FBS Flughafen Berlin Schönefeld GmbH

Duration

From 2005 to 2011

Project Activities

  • Geotechnical investigation by 56 core drillings, 53 small diameter drillings and 15 dynamic penetration tests, partly on the existing Schönefeld Airport under air traffic
  • Soil mechanics laboratory tests
  • Soil and foundation reports for the sewage network and buildings
  • Earth statical analysis for the dam of the reservoir
  • Geotechnical consulting services

Contact

Dorsch International Consultants GmbH

München (Hauptsitz/Headquarters)
Landsberger Str. 368
80687 München
Germany

Phone: +49 89 57970
Fax: +49 89 5797-800
E-Mail: info@dorsch.de

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Description

BBF Berlin Airports Authority currently owns, runs and manages the three existing airports of the German capital. Based on the agreement of the share-holders (Republic of Germany, City of Berlin, State of Brandenburg), Schönefeld Airport will be extended and developed to the future Berlin-Brandenburg International Airport, while the other two airports will be closed.

Within the services tendered by FBS Berlin Schönefeld Airport Authority, the Joint Venture by DORSCH CONSULT (leader), Voigt Ingenieure and ACP Airport Consulting Partners have been awarded the contract for design consultancy services for the airside areas including technical facilities and systems, inter alia the runways, taxiway systems aprons and the airside road system including the drainage.

The drainage system will consist of ca. 16 km under ground driven, partly up to 10 m deep sewage conduits, and eight pumping stations. 

All rainwater, which can not be infiltrated into the ground, will be channelled away via adapted and developed streams. This system also includes a flood detention space and a dam reservoir.