Upgrade Piers D-G

Since the introduction of central security at Schiphol in 2015, security checks at the gates are no longer necessary. This has freed up a lot of space on piers D through G. The perfect opportunity for a redesign.

A varied range of comfortable seating and places to work, modern sanitary facilities, more catering outlets and shops: the upgrade on piers D, E, F and G will make travelling through Schiphol even more enjoyable. The design of the new piers is based on an open space concept. Put simply: a lot of space and light. With sober concrete tones and modern white walls contrasted by black, Schiphol is stepping into the future.

Today
under construction
Tomorrow
refurbished piers

Facts & figures

Every year, 18.5 million passengers depart from piers D, E, F and G at Schiphol. On these piers, we plan to redesign 81 gates. Travellers, airlines and everyone working at Schiphol will notice the difference. The pier upgrade will bring comfort for all, whether seated, working or waiting for your flight. It will also provide the necessary luxury sanitary facilities, catering outlets and retail. A total area of 70,600 m2 is being transformed and there will be 1,700 m2 for new commercial outlets.

Planning

The Upgrade Piers project will be done in phases over several years. Work on piers G and F is already well advanced. It will be followed by pier D, and finally pier E. Everything will be completed by late 2020.

Insiders info

  • From a closed to an open character

    Project manager Amanda Boes gives us an update about the upgrade. "The piers will have open and comfortable waiting areas with lots of light, luxury toilets and additional shops and catering outlets."

  • Strukton and Schiphol work together

    Roland van Rouwendaal is a project manager at Strukton, the construction company that won the tender for the upgrade of piers F and G last year and is hard at work at Schiphol.

  • The Schiphol chair test

    In the coming years, we will be upgrading the non-Schengen piers (D, E, F and G), which also means we will be installing new furniture. Project manager Ankie van der Niet explains how we at Schiphol ‘go shopping’ for new chairs and benches.

  • A clean and tidy new look for Schiphol

    Project Manager Martijn Hoogenboezem is involved with the new design and décor for Piers D-G at Schiphol. That involves everything from seating to floors to plants and more.

  • A fresh new look for the piers

    4 piers at Schiphol are getting a fresh new look - plus a few tantalising extras! Ann Geebelen, Commercial Project Manager at Schiphol, says that Piers D-G 'will get a calm, natural look, while travellers will provide the splashes of colour'.

Please contact us with any questions

tomorrow@schiphol.nl