Temporary and Re-locatable Buildings, Hangars and Operational Space Solutions for Airports
Temporary and Re-locatable Airport Buildings, Hangars and Operational Space Solutions for short or long term use.
Flexible – Fast – Cost Efficient – Losberger De Boer has been delivering turnkey temporary and permanent space solutions for airports around the world for decades. Our modular buildings systems ensure your space solution remains flexible, allowing re-location, extension or adjustments.
Operational space – delivered on-time, to your specified design and exact budget, allowing you to expand your airport operations, undertake planned refurbishments or building work and, where necessary, respond to crisis scenarios within your organisation.
Losberger De Boer are global manufacturers and experts in providing temporary and re-locatable structures across the world to include hangars and functional space such as baggage handling halls, terminal buildings, short-term departure gates (enhancing your seasonal capabilities) and modular catering facilities.
Temporary facilities and longer-term space solutions can be on site quickly, delivered by a temporary and semi-permanent structure specialist that has been trading for almost 100 years. Losberger De Boer offer a wide range of temporary and semi-permanent structures and services to suit all applications across the airport industry.
Retail and catering areas, short-term (or even permanent) storage and production facilities and temporary terminal buildings can be provided to allow your team to respond to immediate demands on your business, maximising your returns and enhancing long-term value.
Projects have included:
- The FlexiTerminal® instantly achieved a higher capacity for Berlin Tegel Airport in 8 weeks
- Parchim airport lounge, 2.650 m² of Transfer-Express halls
- Departure Lounge – The Owen Roberts International Airport in Grand Cayman
- Heathrow Airport storage facilities
- Lisbon Airport urgent capacity solution FlexiTerminal®
- São Nicolau cost-effective FlexiTerminal®
- Paris Airport ‘Charles de Gaulle’ – Disaster relief facility 5.000 m² of storage space for the period of the reconstruction
- Airbus Hangar Toulouse to house A340 aircrafts for maintenance and repairs – a metal-frame, textile-covered hangar
- Baggage handling hall at Schiphol Airport, AMS – in place (airside) for 6 years
- Blast-resistant ticket office at London Heathrow, LHR
- Contingency baggage shed, London Heathrow, LHR
- In-flight catering kitchens and bonded warehouse – Cardiff, CWL
- Short term departure gate – Southend, SEN
- Seasonal terminal building – Oxford, OXF
- Exhibition hangar and visitor centre for Concorde – Manchester, MAN
- Baggage hall, airside – Barcelona, BCN
- Temporary departure terminals (x2) for athletes leaving London following 2012 Olympics – London Heathrow, LHR
- Departure gate – Cardiff, CWL
- VIP arrival areas for Air Force One and others attending G8 conference – Prestwick, PIK
- Hangars, exhibition space and hospitality – Farnborough International Air Show where Losberger De Boer delivers around 96,000m² of temporary structures
- Structures are available to suit varying requirements, ranging from the high-tech and aesthetically appealing to the functional but effective clear-span aluminium or steel framed structures that are used across the World for departure lounges, terminals, warehousing, baggage handling, logistics, storage and more.
Specialist requirements, such as short-term and seasonal departure gates can be finished to reflect your specific requirements with furniture, heating, lighting, floor coverings, fire detection, CCTV and PA systems as well as mag-lock controls on any doors opening into secure or airside areas. Internal fit-out can include customs search areas, retail, offices and general circulation areas.
We understand airport requirements and operational issues, delivering critically important projects time-after-time.
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Airport Shelters and Hangars
Losberger De Boer shelters and hangars are manufactured of stretched tarpaulin with textile cover on composite steel structure (arches) with width of 13 m up to 74 m. Their main applications are airtight storage for vehicles, equipment, personnel and workshop facilities, maintenance hangars and aircraft hangars.
All Shelters and hangars can be equipped with electrical opening system, with climate control and dehumidification, lighting, air conditioning and heating, sunscreens etc. etc. Please contact us for further information.
Quick Build Solutions - Revolution / Delta
A unique construction of 5 by 5 m modules with pitched roofs, used as one or two storey tent structure, offers unlimited clearspan widths and lengths and eave heights from 5 to 7m. A perfect multi-purpose structure for any kind of application within the airport industry: show rooms, storage, logistics, garages, re-locatable structures for airport terminals, stores, canteens, restaurants, lounges and more.
Typically constructed from steel and tensioned PVC, these structures can be sized to suit your specific requirements with clear-span structures of 50m being installed in a matter of weeks and capable of remaining in operation for 10-20 years.
For shorter term use (up to five years or so), Revolution / Delta™ offers the immediate advantages of being quick-to-build with minimal requirements for foundations. Either structure can be fitted with insulated cladding, roller shutters, lighting and heating to create a fully finished operational area at the point of handover. All projects are allocated a dedicated Project Manager and our Foremen and site crews work to clearly defined ISO 9001 and 14001 processes.
Business Continuity and Planned Redevelopment
How can you keep your organisation functioning in a time of crisis?
In the event of fire or other such calamity, you will probably have some sort of contingency plan in place but does this adequately address the need for property focussed solutions?
Sometimes, it may be a case of needing a short-term fix – a recent catastrophic fire in a motorway services meant the client needed a simple Costa Coffee outlet within a matter of hours.
This (and the temporary toilets) remained in place for 6 weeks whilst Losberger De Boer built a structure of 40m x 85m which offered all the facilities associated with a fully functioning service station (or, indeed, that you might expect at an airport terminal) and which remained in place for 18 months to allow the main building to be redeveloped.
Equally, there may be requirements to create decant space to allow for planned redevelopment – creating temporary check-in desks or bag drop areas allow planned construction work to continue without risk to passengers or staff.
Other uses for temporary structures can include welfare facilities – recent work at London Heathrow meant that Losberger De Boer provided a low-eaves, low-apex structure which could be erected on a lower deck of the adjacent multi-storey car park, freeing up valuable construction space.
Modular Multi-Deck Car Parks
Adding capacity to frequently land-locked sites often means that the only space for expansion is above you.
Car parking is a valuable cash generator for the airport whilst ‘good parking’ is also a key feel good factor for passengers, adding to a positive perception of your airport.
A modular car park can be provided to 5 stories in height with a typical clear-span of 16m, allowing 5m for car space, 6m for the circulation road and 5m for the opposite car space.
Where space is particularly tight, a vehicle lift can be provided – this might be appropriate in a car hire location where cars that are due to be collected could be available on the ground floor level whilst ‘spare’ vehicles are stored on upper decks and only available to rental staff.
Car parks are formed from high-yield steel with composite steel and concrete decks creating a quick-to-build solution that is efficient to use and economical to procure.
He will succeed Berndt Zoepffel who will be joining the Supervisory Board of Directors of the company. Losberger De Boer announces that Arnout de Hair, current Chief Operating Officer, will be appointed CEO of Losberger De …
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De Boer completes temporary hangars for iconic aircraft at Brooklands Museum. De Boer, the semi-permanent structure specialist, has recently delivered two bespoke temporary hangars for Brooklands Museum, as part of their ‘Re-engineering Brooklands’ project. Following a £5 …
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