The wins are in line with the company’s strategy to develop its aviation and wider infrastructure presence in Latin America.
Together, the two contracts cover a broad range of aviation services including planning, conceptual design, engineering, programme and project management as well as business advice.
Under the larger of the two contracts, Arcadis is providing design and engineering consulting services for the expansion of the Jorge Chávez International Airport, the largest airport in Peru.
The other contract encompasses project management consulting services for the development of the first private commercial airport in Brazil, named Catarina and located at São Roque, in the state of São Paulo. Both contracts will last approximately two years.
A team of Arcadis aviation specialists from Brazil, the UK, Chile and Peru will be assembled in the coming weeks to perform the planning and design services for the development of Jorge Chávez International Airport. The expansion project includes the development of a new terminal, new runway, aprons and the retrofit and expansion of the existing terminal.