Terminal 2 of Incheon international Airport
The projected traffic growth at Incheon International Airport required the building of a new terminal between the parallel runways. In 2009, the airport organized an idea competition to confirm the feasibility of a monolithic terminal with a capacity of 46 Mpax in the dedicated site. The consortium ADP Ingénierie/SAMOO won this competition.
ADP Ingénierie formed a consortium with HAEAHN, lead company, and KPF, in charge of the envelope design. ADP Ingénierie designed the terminal functional concept including floor plans, sections and master plan. ADP Ingénierie was also in charge of the BHS, the People Mover and ICT systems and defined the control tower principles.
With the location of the access road and car parks at the center of the project, our proposal optimized the aircraft circulation and allows for an easy construction phasing. The extension of the piers on both sides of the car park went with the construction of two people mover lines.
The passenger process is centralized in order to simplify the wayfinding, to group resources and to concentrate the commercial and service areas. The design of the roof provides dynamism to the building and creates interior spaces that are constantly changing during the passenger journey through the terminal.