Invercargill Airport

Invercargill Airport Terminal Development

This project consisted of a new 3000m2 terminal building to replace the existing terminal. Construction was completed over two stages and the existing terminal operations were maintained throughout.

The terminal includes areas for check-in, baggage make up and reclaim, arrivals, departures, café, seating areas, offices, meeting rooms and Lounge.The dominant sweeping
curved roof provides a strong metaphor for aviation and flight both internally and externally. The terminal roof resembles an aircraft wing, with the wooden beams constructed out of glue-laminated pine.

A primary driver for the building was environmental design, and the terminal includes a natural ventilation strategy which provides high levels of traveller comfort with greatly reduced operational costs. An abundance of natural light and shading devices ensures that the interior is always a pleasant space to be in. Ample levels of insulation, efficient underfloor heating and heat pumps have been employed to reduce future operational costs and further enhance traveller comfort.

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