Environmental issues play an important role in the development of an airport. Airport growth often results in an increased pressure on the airport surroundings. The most prominent issue is the noise load, but local air quality and third party risk are significant environmental aspects as well.
We help airports to develop within their environmental constraints by identifying their environmental problems. Optimisations to utilise the available environmental space and to provide advice to really make maximum use of capacity are important aspects of our consultancy services.
Land use planning is the key to achieve a good balance between the airport and its surroundings. In our opinion, balanced spatial planning is an essential condition for the optimum use of an airport, both in economic and environmental terms.
Our services typically include conducting environmental impact assessments studies around airports plus specific researches on noise management, air quality, third party risk and mitigations. Last but not least, we offer training services to give you insight into the impact of airport operations and how to manage them.