Project Description


MOE has undertaken projects at Copenhagen Airport for over 85 years. Our experience also spreads to other Danish airports and even helicopter platforms. Our solid combination of building and construction skills has been applied from airside to landside and from terminals to runways.

Helipad to DNU

The parking garage for the new hospital in Aarhus has a helipad on the roof, meaning patients, arriving by helicopter, can be transported directly to the emergency department and receive treatment quickly.

The platform is an allimunium structure and has a diameter of 27 m. It has, among other things, an integrated Fire Fighting System capable of exstinguishing a helicopterfire in a matter of only 15 seconds.

Client Region Midtjylland
Architect  AART
Services Consulting engineering on the parking garage and the helipad

Runway to A380

When the world’s largest passenger airplaine, the Airbus 380, landed in Copenhagen Airport for the first time, we were a part of the technical welcoming committee who prepared the big day. The runway was expanded by 4 metres and we were in charge of changing the lights along the runway, expanding the pavement, the electrical installations, rerouting cable blocks and an efficient solution to draining of the field.

In addition to this project, we are also consulting engineers on the expansion of Finger C, where a two storey boarding has been established, enabling the airport to receive the many passengers from the Airbus 380.

Client  Copenhagen Airport
Services Various engineering and airport expertise

Metro Bridge

Terminal 3 is probably the busiest area in Copenhagen Airport. One of the reasons is, that approximately 25% of the passengers arrive by metro to the terminal, even if they do not have an errand in the terminal.

The new 100 m long Metro Bridge will relief the crowding by connecting the metrostation, security control and terminal 2.

Client  Copenhagen Airport
Architect TNT Architects and Vilhelm Lauritzen Architects
Services  Consulting engineering

From landside to airside

HVAC engineer Mette Veith Schroeder has contributed to MOE projects in all corners of Copenhagen Airport.

Standplads til A380 og udvidelse af Finger C