Schiphol’s renovations have attracted a lot of attention, particularly because so much is happening in a relatively small area. Soon there will be new roads and signage to make way for a new pier and terminal. Adaptations will also be made to cables, pipelines and other infrastructure.
Change is in the air … and on the ground
'Landside' refers to the publicly-accessible parts of Schiphol. That includes the terminals, public transport, roads and car park buildings. All of these areas will change a lot in the coming years. We are preparing to start building the new pier in 2018 – and that’s just the beginning. We will make sure that you know what’s happening every step of the way.
These are our plans
Always up to date
Interview about the night of 1001 signs
There are new driving routes and signs all over Schiphol. Between 31 September-1 October, Wayfinding Project Manager Peter van Wijk was on hand during the ‘Night of 1001 signs’ between 31 September – 1 October. He looks back on that night with satisfaction.
Interview Marco Schravesande: Renovating Schiphol
Project manager Marco Schravesande is currently involved in part of the infrastructural adjustments on landside. As Marco himself said, ‘roads, intersections, pipelines ... everything that’s needed around the construction of the new pier and terminal.'